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  • It seemed to Eva that the entire high-domed roof was one gigantic light.

    The Search For WondLa

  • The central arch led through a high-domed passage exiting into the first courtyard of the compound, a 190-acre world surrounded by a battle wall over one and a half miles in circumference and capped with imposing toothlike merlons.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • Horn stepped into the middle chamber, an enormous, empty circular room with a high-domed ceiling.

    HITLER’S HOLY RELICS

  • He sits at a small wooden table and signs the Golden Book at the front of the circular, high-domed chamber, lined around the lower section in wood panel with stone above.

    Trailing Obama on White House 'pool duty'

  • As the girl had told them, there was a hollow beneath the roots of an immense yew tree near the edge of the rain forest, facing Zoran's high-domed cave.

    ...And Nail

  • Then she raced away toward the village and the high-domed cluster of rocks beyond, repeating the strange name.

    ...And Nail

  • The soldiers rushed on, into the bushes and toward the high-domed rocks.

    ...And Nail

  • In the distance, beneath the high-domed rocks, the bodies of those dead were awaiting Zoran's mutilation.

    ...And Nail

  • When an infected male mayfly matures, he never forms his claspered genitals or even his high-domed eyes.

    Parasite Rex

  • Columns, gilding, a high-domed central hall, beautiful coffered ceiling elsewhere, a grand chandelier.

    Banks, Beautifiers of Yesteryear, Crudifiers of Today

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