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  • Maybe it's because the genteel coastal city — famous for its downtown street grid of 22 meticulous park-like squares — has had to adapt its traditional southern customs to include more youth-inspired interests.

    Southern Revival

  • "Very simply, we wanted to create a park-like setting for the tower," Wong said.

    J. Michael Welton: Landscaping the Burj Khalifa

  • Estate House boast 5 Bedrooms on park-like setting.

    Housing Market Offers Affordable Homes at Unbelievable Prices « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

  • Only here and there were thickets, easily avoided, while he encountered winding, park-like glades where the cattle had pastured in the days before war had run them off.

    War

  • Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal The house is situated on over 50 acres of park-like land and has expansive mountain-range views.

    Woodstock Oasis

  • Travelers in the Ohio Valley described the landscape as “park-like” or “savannah.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • The manor is surrounded by a park-like setting of huge trees with swaths of wildflowers and is a short walk from the village.

    Rachel Dickinson: Yearning for Green? Think Ireland

  • It is a bit narrow for 30 men, but in summer they can eat in a park-like garden next to the big building where they have tables and benches under a cover.

    Work Camps 970, 975 & 976 GW

  • Again, high up, there seemed indecision; then, apparently getting her bearings, she headed east, over the oak-trees that dotted the park-like grounds.

    Winged Blackmail

  • VHT Mr. Olivia, who owns a site development company, cleared much of the woodsy property to create a park-like setting he called, "the Ashley," named after his daughter.

    A Victorian Colonial in Harrison

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