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Towers of Babel

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  • n. Plural form of Tower of Babel.

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Examples

  • The earth in its place, subject to corporate subjugation, drilled by Towers of Babel that go underground to rape and gush for oil.

    The Election: Dancing in God's Earthquake

  • Sometimes it seems like I'm in that Star Trek episode "Darmok" where I'm speaking from one frame of ref and everyone else has a different one and we're all creating our own Towers of Babel.

    Pen-Elayne on the Web

  • The bell again; the glare of light and heat dispelled; the factories, looming heavy in the black wet night — their tall chimneys rising up into the air like competing Towers of Babel.

    Hard Times

  • Eager, smug and positive as the overrated new Towers of Babel will collapse and all tosh hits the fan.

    FallNews

  • A child plans Towers of Babel; a mature architect, in planning, would lose all interest if he were bidden to disregard gravity and economy.

    The Life of Reason

  • I do not doubt that there will one day be some legal restriction on Towers of Babel, and that the hygienic disadvantages of the microbe-breeding "well" or air-shaft will be more fully recognised than they are at present.

    America To-day, Observations and Reflections

  • He has hauled down the homes of his ancestors, has builded in their stead vast apartment-houses and tenement buildings -- steam-heated Towers of Babel.

    The Onlooker, Volume 1, Part 2

  • But the Regular Army fellow had not the heart to suggest the demolition of our Towers of Babel, and the foundations remain to this day to attest the genius of the

    The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Volume 1

  • The bell again; the glare of light and heat dispelled; the factories, looming heavy in the black wet night-their tall chimneys rising up into the air like competing Towers of Babel.

    Hard Times

  • The bell again; the glare of light and heat dispelled; the factories, looming heavy in the black wet night - their tall chimneys rising up into the air like competing Towers of Babel.

    Hard Times

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