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“The group spread out over two floors in Stairway B, a stairwell in the center of the building.”
“This one is a Jacob's ladder (Polemonium reptans) called Stairway to Heaven.”
“Their version of Stairway to Heaven called Stairway to Kevin's was such a brilliant parody, not only of the song, but also the heavy metal boys I knew growing up.”
“A Matter of Life and Death (aka Stairway to Heaven) is a lighthearted yet heavily loaded existential fantasy and romance about a fighter pilot (David Niven) caught in purgatory when his plane goes down but he escapes death.”
“Then we setup a climbing activity called the Stairway to Heaven - and work in pairs of two to climb to the top and touch a cord using only the logs of the stairway and our partners' bodies.”
“But it was the infiltration of the Supreme Court, an operation called Stairway, that has most astonished Colombians.”
“I believe in signs and there is one pointing the Steelers toward the top of the so-called Stairway to Seven'' and another Super Bowl victory.”
“Starting in 1979, Brooklyn resident Frank Masi created and hosted a program on local New York television called Stairway To Stardom.”
“We discovered this urban thrill ride while making our way through a great book called 'Stairway Walks in San Francisco' by Adah Bakalinsky.”
“I once even went to a bar in Utrecht, The Netherlands devoted to Led Zeppelin called The Stairway to Heaven.”
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