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  • The great, gray-walled fortress, cold and unapproachable, had functioned as more than a symbol for the tyranny of the Ortikant clan; its curtain walls and battlements had helped keep the ruling family secure and in power.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire

  • The chair sat in the center of a gray-walled room, with no other furniture in sight, and there was a fresh gash across her cheek.

    Vanished

  • The Situation is the story of an office's innards and its quirky employees, an account of a place both strikingly different than what we might know and yet all-too-familiar to those that have spent time in a gray-walled cube slaving over market reports and the like.

    Books in 2008, #13

  • Francis took a deep breath and entered the oppressively gray-walled bedroom where Lucy lay facing the window.

    The New Yorker Stories

  • Next was Obstacle Course, a sleek gray-walled maze.

    The Sky Inside

  • He followed Chris through the door and past a white laundry room on the way to the gray-walled living room.

    Super Woman’s Child

  • Inside the gray-walled Bob Dylan Suite, there was a white six-drawer dresser for $65 and a square mirror-top coffee table for $250.

    Trying to Seduce A Miner

  • The assistant sat in a small, gray-walled cubicle where both obtrusive sounds and the higher ethical perceptions were decently muffled.

    Delta Search

  • "She didn't have to hop in bed with the guy," Richard said to himself as he glanced around the cold, gray-walled room.

    Tek Lab

  • They hurried him through gray-walled corridors to an elevator.

    Starchild Omnibus

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