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“It remained a lowly architectural object, indeed literally low since it was a ground-level phenomenon for roughly four hundred years.”
“In a more ground-level tactical announcement, Patch.com will expand to two underserved areas of Newark bringing information and community news.”
“The municipality has also invested in ground-level and structural illumination that make many of the landmark buildings outstanding sights in the evening.”
“Arkedis shows this in a very granular, ground-level sense, noting that:”
“But he doesn't deny the ground-level coordination, noting that they pay for half the cost -- which, said Herman, is beside the point.”
“Obama discouraged independent groups from campaigning on his behalf in 2008, relying on a massive ground-level political operation to raise a record amount of money for a presidential campaign, much of it from small donors.”
“They cover everything from ground-level ozone, the main ingredient in smog, to coal ash disposal, to rules aimed at reducing pollution blowing into downwind states and from industrial boilers.”
“With help from her husband and fellow National Geographic photographer Randy Olson, Farlow set up remote devices that captured this ground-level shot of stampeding mustangs in Nevada.”
“Google Street View, the search engine's ground-level mapping service that gives the user a 360-degree view of buildings and public thoroughfares, has captured a potentially embarrassing photo.”
“The director does the audience a favor staging so much of the production in the wide aisle that divides the ground-level seating.”
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