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“Sliney directs, referring to the 11-foot screens that cover the walls at the front and side of the Command Center.”
“Each week, burly men wearing more than 100 pounds of metal armor mount snorting war horses and gallop full speed at each other with 11-foot lances.”
“The TriBeCa listing by Adam Modlin , president of the Modlin Group, said the apartment had 14 floor-to-ceiling arched windows, 11-foot ceilings and "sunsets on the river every night.”
“The home stretch sends racers up an 11-foot hill and then down into the "Dutch mountains," four moguls just before the finish line.”
“The home has a large, lower-level rec room, a living room with 11-foot ceilings and a big cedar deck along the back of the home.”
“Engel & Volkers The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home has a large, lower-level rec room, a living room with 11-foot ceilings and a big cedar deck along the back of the home.”
“When it became clear through the pristine translucent turquoise ocean waters that the 11-foot, 800-pound tiger shark was a bit above our novice tagging skills, Dr. Neil lamented it was "too big for the boat" and then did some Jedi Master tagging with the shark still in the water.”
“Inside Astor Hall at the New York Public Library, the event designer Preston Bailey created an 11-foot floral sculpture of a bride and two poodles.”
“Over a period of two years, Dextre's 11-foot arms -- operated by engineers at Johnson Space Center in Houston -- will pick up tools to cut wires, remove caps, open valves and attach a fluid hose.”
“Over the past 30 years, as the boxes got bigger, embellishments were added - more frills (six-piece crown moldings for huge rooms with 10- and 11-foot ceiling heights), more props (columned "arcade" vestibules for cavernous master suites) and multi-gabled roofs that made a house look bigger and more grand.”
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