domed stadium

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n domed stadium a stadium that has a roof
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Usage


In news:

Apart from Dodger Stadium, Angelus Temple, completed in 1925, is Echo Park's most formidable structure, a colossal house of worship crowned by a silver-painted dome.
But it sure would have been hard to have squeezed those 40,000 or so soggy people in Three Rivers Stadium last night into that dome across the river.
LAS VEGAS — Clark County lawmakers have given conditional approval for transferring 60 acres to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, for an $800 million domed football stadium.
Preliminary plans for a 40,000-seat domed football stadium to be built on the University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus have been submitted to Las Vegas officials.
Just the facts on domed stadiums.
I'm old school at heart so I'm not a fan of artificial surfaces or domed stadiums in football.
New Vikes stadium plan would tuck in next to Dome.
The state agency that owns the 20-year-old Georgia Dome on Monday approved the framework for a deal with the Falcons to build a roughly $1 billion stadium with a retractable roof.
University hung on to beat Shadle Park in a GSL match-up at Albi Stadium, while Clarkston and Lewiston fell to a pair of California teams at the Kibbie Dome on Saturday.
I could have tried to persuade you that Juneau legislalative bodies had just found the funding to buy the Seattle Mariners and move them to a new dome stadium built next to Eaglecrest.
The Georgia World Congress Center Authority which owns the existing Georgia Dome agrees, voting unanimously in favor of a new $1 billion retractable roof stadium to open in 2017.
30 Friday evening, while Central Catholic was staging its pre-game Senior Night festivities, the most brilliant of rainbows, so rare at dusk, formed a dome-like arc over Gallagher Stadium.
The Cowboys new home is the largest domed stadium in the world, measuring a whopping 2.3 million square feet.
Artist rendition of a possible domed stadium for Birmingham.
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