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“This will inevitably involve the installation of an air-conditioning system in the caverns, since the temperature in the Cave of Crystals is a mind-boggling 60 degrees C.”
“A special door has been constructed to seal off the Cave of Crystals from the rest of the mining complex, which is ventilated to keep it at a comparatively brisk 95 degrees Fahrenheit (35 degrees Celsius).”
“The Cave of Crystals is a horseshoe-shaped cavity in limestone rock about 30 feet (10 meters) wide and 90 feet (30 meters) long.”
“She said, "Would you like to join a group called The Crystals?”
“He would go on to produce a number of chart-toppers for the Blossoms, sometimes under the name The Crystals, sometimes as Bob B.”
“CityCenter has a high-end mall called Crystals, designed by Daniel Libeskind, full of designer brands and surrounded with sculptures and installations from the likes of Antony Gormley and Henry Moore.”
“We've started getting more comfortable with the later tracks on the album, like a song called Crystals that's a lot more explorative.”
“The opening of Aria concludes a two-week launch that also featured bows for the 57-story hotel-condo Vdara tower, the 500,000-square-foot high-end retail center called The Crystals and the 47-story Mandarin Oriental hotel that also contains 225 private residences.”
“The opening of Aria concludes a two-week launch for the complex, including the 57-storey hotel-condo Vdara tower, the 46,450sq m high-end retail centre called The Crystals and the”
“Tucked between the 61-story Aria and the fanciful, futuristic retail promenade known as Crystals, Murren will show you the park bench, under the shade of a Zen-like cluster of trees.”
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