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atria -- as in: of the heart
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • The great Atrium seemed darker than Harry remem-bered it.
  • They had reached the Atrium.
  • Now, if you’ll just follow the Patronuses, you’ll be able to leave the Atrium.
  • "Level eight," said the witch’s cool voice, "Atrium."
  • The Atrium was full of people moving from fireplace to fireplace, sealing them off.
  • Harry thundered, and the powerful voice of Runcorn echoed through the Atrium: The wizards sealing the fireplaces froze.
  • If they emerged into the Atrium with a silver stag, and otter soaring alongside it, and twenty or so people, half of them accused Muggle-borns, he could not help feeling that they would attract unwanted attention.

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  • A bustling crowd of men and women—many of whom clutched rags to their mouths—filled a huge atrium topped with a glass ceiling far above, letting in loads of sunshine.
    James Dashner  --  The Death Cure
  • On Thursday, he was in the atrium of Scales Center after my class.
    Nicholas Sparks  --  The Longest Ride

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