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“Jawid, a guest at the hotel, told AP he jumped out of a one-storey window to escape the shooting.”
“But there were no back yards, or, rather, they were covered with one-storey hovels, cowsheds, in which people lived.”
“Accused gunman Jared Loughner grew up in a modest neighborhood of one-storey ranches and split-level homes in northwest Tucson.”
“You try to say something, they'd just ignore you and turn around and walk back into the house," said Ron Johnson, 60, a retiree who lives directly opposite the Loughner's tan, one-storey home.”
“Trailer parks offer little resistance to this, since they have one-storey buildings with flat roofs.”
“SULLIVAN: Across the street from the Lubbock jail is a row of one-storey offices with painted ads: Student discounts.”
“Still medieval in its lack of sanitation and running water, and its one-storey buildings lining a main street barely four feet wide, the city was now scarred by burned-out schools and churches, with trees cut down, and soldiers everywhere, camping out in gutted houses and using the gardens as latrines.”
“The relationship between height and water pressure in linear and follows the relationship of 1 psi (pounds per square inch) = 2.308 feet of water (27. 7 inches) therefore a typical one-storey home with a roof tank mounted on the roof will have the water level in the tank approximately 4.5 metres (177.2 inches) above the ground.”
“Common sort of house, isn't it, Mecker?" observed Pons in greeting, looking at the ordinary, one-storey stuccoed house that faced us.”
“Susie got her eye on a likely place just off the Plaza, a fine, one-storey house with plenty of rooms and a good-sized courtyard, all enclosed by high adobe walls.”
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