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  • Also on display will be a 7-foot stone post featuring carved dragons on a floral background; it's the only major architectural remnant from Xanadu, present-day Duolun, whose palace was immortalized in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem "Kubla Khan."

    NYC Exhibit Unveils Rich Treasures Of Yuan Dynasty

  • Coach Ed Conroy made that clear when he began using 7-foot center Joe Wolfinger less and less during the stretch run of this season.

    Southern Conference

  • The Bulldogs had 7-foot center Joe Wolfinger playing well early.

    Southern Conference

  • One can make two definitive arguments when it comes to the 7-foot junior center.

    Miami 69, Virginia 62 (OT): Three up, three down from the ACC tournament

  • He drove down the right baseline and finished with an underhanded reverse slam in the face of 7-foot center JaVale McGee.

    Chandler's a Phenom Without the Flash

  • At a 4-foot-long skylight, a 7-foot corrugated-plastic lighting sculpture made of small plates hangs from the 20-foot ceiling.

    Where Art and Architecture Collide

  • Michal Czerwonka for The Wall Street Journal In the studio, a large room with visible steel beams, concrete gray floors and a 4-foot long skylight, a 7-foot hanging corrugated plastic lighting sculpture made of small plates comes down from the 20-foot ceiling.

    Where Art and Architecture Collide

  • DALLAS—Minutes after leading the Dallas Mavericks to a thrilling 86-83 victory over the Miami Heat on Tuesday in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, Dirk Nowitzki folded his 7-foot frame into a small chair in an interview room at American Airlines Center and went about describing his evening.

    Dirk Sparks Dallas to Win, Evens Series

  • The verdant structures, though polite company would more likely call them sculpture, even living art, and ranging from 7-foot monoliths to a 25-foot arch, were created by constructing steel cages with a built-in irrigation system.

    A Hedge Grows in Midtown

  • Unlike basketball — in which a 7-foot center shares the court with a point guard — soccer is one of the least-specialized sports, both in terms of athletic attributes and skill sets.

    The Mess in Milan

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