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  • Jennifer Appleby , president and chief creative officer, loves the company's open office space, in which most employees work in low-walled cubicles or offices with sliding glass doors, saying it sparks employee teamwork and creativity.

    Indecent Exposure: The Downsides of Working in a Glass Office

  • ON THE NORTHERN EDGE OF GAMBAGA TOWN, AWAY FROM THE low-walled huts where the women are kept, a bizarre black rock stretches out like a large pond flash-frozen in a windstorm.

    Spellbound

  • With their now carmel-like sweetness, the piñas are ready to be removed, then cut into small pieces with the use of a machete, and thereafter crushed by a horse or donkey dragging a multi-ton circular concrete wheel over a round, low-walled area in which the charred piña pieces have been placed.

    A connoisseur's guide to mezcal

  • "Sterile" was my father's first opinion as we walked down in to the memorial's paved, low-walled enclosure.

    Eyewitness to a War Memorial

  • Frankly, not only do I not blame the margarita chicken, I was downright jealous of it for getting to marinate for 24 hours in a freshly-squeeze, potent cocktail while I marinated in front of a flat screen monitor, shivering in an over air-conditioned low-walled cube.

    tequila lime chicken + green onion slaw | smitten kitchen

  • For most companies, that means taking down high, Dilbert-esque cubicles and replacing them with low-walled partitions that encourage interaction with employees.

    Creating Offices With Ambience

  • We went up the bluff, and we hit up finally with some Germans behind a-- in a little low-walled farm yard.

    CNN Transcript May 27, 2006

  • Cliff dwellers packed the cold whiteness around the salt bags, building low-walled enclosures over which they draped animal hides.

    Genellan- Planetfall

  • Across the low-walled fruit garden and lawn she came to the terrace.

    Flowering Wilderness

  • At each end of its half-circle clustered a few low-walled, rose-stone structures, each of them surmounted by a number of high, slender pinnacles.

    The Moon Pool

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