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“Percy, of course, remains trapped in a glass-enclosed prison, not that it's stopped the former Division boss from making requests and dispensing advice on Black Box matters.”
“Outline: Set in the 26th century in a glass-enclosed city of absolute straight lines, ruled over by the all-powerful Benefactor, the citizens of the totalitarian society of OneState live out lives devoid of passion and creativity - until D-503, a mathematician who dreams in numbers, makes a discovery: He has an individual soul.”
“His glass-enclosed house had been decorated for the occasion by the artist Richard Prince, so its walls were lined with his portraits of beach beauties and pulp-novel nurses.”
“The new wing also adds a 12,184-square-foot, 63-foot-high glass-enclosed court that serves as a link between Lowell's classical building and the new four-story addition — a central pavilion flanked by two wings faced in the granite of the 1909 construction.”
“The four-day event, which ends Saturday, is a significant advance for Arena's ambitious agenda in its newly glass-enclosed campus in Southwest Washington, renovated at a cost of $135 million.”
“There is a small, glass-enclosed gym safari at all times! and a lap pool -- when you're not on a drive or resting they are both great amenities.”
“The master bath had a separate glass-enclosed shower stall, a spa tub, double sinks and a sequestered commode.”
“The glass-enclosed breakfast room and workout room below it overlook a new reflecting pond and walking trails and woods beyond.”
“The Guptas 'two new glass-enclosed rooms feature automatic shade screens that descend at noon and rise at 5 p.m. during summer, which saves energy.”
“One of their favorite restaurants there was Oloroso, a sleek glass-enclosed penthouse owned and operated by Tony Singh, the talented Sikh chef who for years ran the galley aboard the royal yacht Britannia.”
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