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“The expected finished weight of the cupcake, with filling and frosting, should be around 7,000-lbs and the cake will stand over 7-ft high.”
“Goats love it and people driving by can't believe it," says David Johnson of Findlay, Ill., about his 31-ft. tall, 7-ft.dia. "goat tower" built with the help of the late Jack Cloe, Herrick, Ill. The tower was constructed with 5,000 hand-made bricks, each one a different size and shape.”
“Did I tell you about my miles and miles of oak panelling, switchback stair with built-in 8-ft-long carved bench, columns, 7-ft wide pocket door, leaded glass windows, second floor in all long-leaf yellow pine, none of it ever having a drop of paint on it?”
“The arches were then allowed to take footing on the wall, and the posts of the remaining 5-ft. sections were removed and the concrete wall built up as for the 7-ft. sections.”
“Several of these 7-ft. sections were cut out at once, each two being separated by a 5-ft. section of timbering.”
“When there were no plates a 7-ft. section AB was first prepared by removing one post and supporting the undermined arch ribs by struts SS.”
“If, however, the crack was opened or extended to the web of the plate, the cross-flanges were tied together by a 1-1/2-in. by 7-ft. bolt, inserted through the bolt holes nearest the broken flange.”
“Nearly a decade later, the only Chinese NBA players are Yao, who is missing yet another season with an ankle injury, and 7-ft.”
“The force of the fall ripped off the doors of the landing-gear compartment, and may have sent the 7-ft.”
“Pinellas County deputies have handcuffed a most unusual suspect - a 7-ft alligator.”
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