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hall (HAWL) (noun)
1. A large, often imposing room, in a building, often used for meetings: The workers assembled in the hall, not in the little chamber, to vote for a new union president.
2. A designating term for a building or part of a university complex: Rena and Sherrie attended classes at Smith Hall when they were at the university.
haul (HAWL) (verb)
1. To pull an object from one place to another: Albert used the tractor to haul the bricks for the new building.
2. To change the direction of a ship's course to take advantage of the wind: The sailors decided to haul the ship's course by raising new sails.

It was moving day and Peter and Trisha had to haul the furniture out of the hall so it could be put into the moving van.