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“It is supposed to be sort of like a double-storied, Lazy Susan with little grooves where the bottles of spices should theoretically sit.”
“The houses are, for the East, well built, flat-roofed and double-storied; the materials generally used are a basaltic scoria, burnt brick, and palm wood.”
“Soon all the sails were furled but one, which belonged to a small, rakishly set little raft, lay alongside a huge ship with a double-storied, garishly painted central cabin.”
“In the meantime a heavy fire from Peel's guns had been opened on the mess-house -- a double-storied building, situated on slightly rising ground, surrounded by a ditch 12 feet broad, and beyond that at some little distance by a loop-holed wall.”
“There was a short silence, during which I was observing the very peculiar physiognomy of this misshapen being -- those long deep wrinkles that moated in his wide mouth, his small eyes with the crow's feet at the outer corners, that contorted nose, bulbous at its end, and especially that huge double-storied forehead of his.”
“We engaged rooms at a double-storied inn overlooking the noble hills.”
“In the religion of the twice-born, on the other hand, the world is a double-storied mystery.”
“They were not allowed to mix freely with the crowd, but kept in a state of highly honoured captivity in the beautiful double-storied house known as "Parkzicht," opposite Burghers Park, well guarded night and day by armed patrols, who kept the crowd at bay with a friendly”
“Following the deeply rutted street, which had a narrow, plank sidewalk, they reached the Imperial Hotel -- a somewhat pretentious, double-storied building of unpainted wood, with a veranda across the front.”
“In the centre of the fields was a double-storied summer-house, made of straw, the centre of a system of high ropes, decked with bits of rag, running over the crops in all directions.”
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