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“The 1.88-meter-tall Serb, with a dangerous two-handed backhand and a return game that rivals the best in the business, has accounted for all three of Federer's losses this season.”
“One of the most impressive sites to be seen off the large of Marseille is the shimmering blue-glass of Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid's 147-meter-tall CMA CGM Tower.”
“News reports said a number of people were standing on the viewing platform of the cathedral when its 63 meter-tall stone spire collapsed.”
“LONDON -- Ronald Reagan was hailed as "a great American hero" Monday as his admirers unveiled a 10-foot-tall 3-meter-tall statue of the former U.S. president near the American embassy in London.”
“Nicknamed “The Razor”, the 148 meter-tall Strata tower is topped with a trio of turbines that will produce enough power to meet 8% of its energy needs.”
“In a briefing early Monday, an official said the "extraordinarily unique" compound had two security gates, 3-5-meter-high walls topped with barbed wire, and a third floor terrace with a 2-meter-tall privacy wall.”
“It's just a technique to tell a story so early on we just felt like we're not going to think of this as an animated movie; we're going to think about this as a six foot 2-meter-tall lizard, I have a camera on my shoulder and I'm photographing him perform this scene with these other people.”
“The application cites typhoons as the bigger threat, noting an 8-meter-tall wave generated in 1960.”
“Ms. Dai and other activists have expressed skepticism that the government can do much to solve the most severe environmental problems associated with the 180-meter-tall dam, insisting the damage has already been done.”
“Ren pushed straight through the crowd, stepping into the middle of the room beside a manga-head with meter-tall sparkling hair.”
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