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  • It is reached by an "escalera," or stone staircase.

    The White Chief A Legend of Northern Mexico

  • By cojines, hamburguesa, escalera » efecto mariposa on September 17, 2009 at 11: 00 am

    Felt Wool Stone Cushions

  • By Cocina junto a la escalera, por qué no? on September 22, 2009 at 7: 08 am

    Great Design vs. Small Costs

  • I lit another Marlboro as he and Evert went up the newly erected escalera.

    Language Lesson

  • Desde la escalera de la nave todo Nueva York abarcan de un vistazo: muelles, río, casas, puentes ...

    Modern Spanish Lyrics

  • CIUTTI: Que esa aldabada postrera It was on the stairway, ha sonado en la escalera, not at the door I say, no en la puerta de la casa. that last knocking.

    Don Juan Tenorio

  • Only a few seconds did the cloak-robber remain in the courtyard; after which, making a sign to his prisoner to follow him, he commenced reascending the stone _escalera_ that led to the second storey of the building.

    The Tiger Hunter

  • This, surrounded by a parapet breast-high -- beset with plants and flowering shrubs in boxes and pots, thus forming a sort of aerial garden -- is reached by a stone stair, the _escalera_, which leads up out of the inner court, called _patio_.

    The Flag of Distress A Story of the South Sea

  • Don Gregorio descends the _escalera_, and meeting the messenger in the inner court, receives the letter addressed to him.

    The Flag of Distress A Story of the South Sea

  • I counted the moments, till heavy footsteps were heard upon the escalera, and a shining black face rose over the roof.

    The War Trail The Hunt of the Wild Horse

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