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“It really started in Zurich - Christian Bach usually leads the 'ballustrade' sprint there; but his wife had a baby and he couldn't ride, so the promoter asked me to do it.”
“We will rock you,' each night as he lead the 'ballustrade' sprint string - no hands, around the top of the track at 45 kph!”
“The number of niches is great, and every niche has its statue, which, with those placed on the ballustrade of the roof, are reported to amount to more than four thousand.”
“Erect by the stone ballustrade, his arms folded across his chest, staring intently into the night as if his gaze went far beyond the confines of the great park, he seemed to her a symbol of incarnate loneliness, and her heart contracted at the thought of the suffering and solitude she might not share.”
“Within the ballustrade of its lofty flat roof is a charming promenade in fine weather.”
Brannon's Picture of The Isle of Wight The Expeditious Traveller's Index to Its Prominent Beauties & Objects of Interest. Compiled Especially with Reference to Those Numerous Visitors Who Can Spare but Two or Three Days to Make the Tour of the Island.
“The skin was then bound round with about forty yards of cord, and in that situation he was placed within the ballustrade of sticks.”
“After waiting ten minutes or so, the folding doors in an upper gallery of the piazza were thrown open, and I could see a head covered with a white skull-cap, -- the Popes never wear a wig, -- passing along the corridor, just visible above the stone ballustrade.”
“The wells of the staircases are to be secured by a ballustrade, for which, as well as the staircases I send you a very beautiful form of a balluster.”
“At the western extremity of the room, on an ornamental pedestal of Derbyshire marble, there is the pump, if it may be so called, it having a bason in the centre, which is enclosed by a neat mahogany ballustrade.”
“Opposite the grand gate stands a fair and sumptuous tomb, most artificially inlaid with mother-of-pearl, and inclosed by a stone ballustrade curiously carved; the ceiling being curiously plastered and painted.”
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