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used in The Hidden Oracle

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a large structure separate from a main structure
in various senses, including:
  • a large roofed structure without walls — often found in parks
  • a temporary structure — such as a large tent to house exhibits at a fair, to provide sports facilities, or to put on a show
  • a section of a large hospital or office complex adjacent to other parts
  • The dining pavilion was pleasant enough.
    p. 109.2
  • Beyond that, the buildings of Camp Half-Blood gleamed in the wintry light: the amphitheater, the sword-fighting stadium, the open-air dining pavilion with its white marble columns.
    p. 72.8
  • I glanced across the dining pavilion.
    p. 111.3
  • In the entire pavilion, I counted nineteen campers.
    p. 111.8
  • His voice filled the pavilion.
    p. 118.6
  • Before I could contemplate my options, Meg McCaffrey pointed at me from across the pavilion, her expression exactly like Uncle Sam's in the recruitment poster.
    p. 123.3
  • Connor wailed, thrashing blindly around the pavilion.
    p. 126.6
  • I took my tray and found Meg, who was sitting by herself on the edge of the pavilion's retaining wall, dangling her feet over the side and watching the waves at the beach.
    p. 133.2
  • I glanced over at Sherman, who sat at a safe distance across the pavilion, glaring daggers at Meg.
    p. 133.7
  • At the dining pavilion, the conch horn blew.
    p. 149.6
  • He marched off toward the pavilion.
    p. 149.9
  • He trotted nervously around the pavilion with a team of satyr and dryad referees in tow, comparing maps and issuing orders.
    p. 150.9
  • I stood forlornly in a corner of the pavilion and ate a sandwich.
    p. 152.5
  • The Colossus brought down his rudder to smash the dining pavilion, but his blade bounced off the camp's magical barrier, sparking as if it had hit solid metal.
    p. 317.6
  • The Colossus lurched forward and brought his foot down on the dining pavilion, smashing it to rubble like so many children's blocks.
    p. 327.7
  • Percy glanced back at the destroyed dining pavilion.
    p. 331.9
  • The dining pavilion was a total loss, but Nyssa and Harley were confident that Annabeth Chase could redesign the place next time she was here.
    p. 342.8
  • Where do you guys eat lunch now that the Colossus stepped on the dining pavilion?
    p. 357.3

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