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“It looks like winter here at Sugar Creek — evergreens outside, all our perennials tucked into bed, the quonset is covered, and the shrub and rose section is bare.”
“Down to the right is a three - or four-level test frame with a round, kind of quonset top, and underneath the frame is a long pit shaped like a shallow V. "Cooling duct," according to N'rrisch.”
“· Abris provisoires comme, par exemple, les toitures du type "quonset", qui vent faciles mettre en place et extrmement efficaces.”
“Carlsen noted that a steel 'quonset' hut was apparently ripped off of its foundation; in addition, that part of the foundation was taken out of the ground during the storm.”
“Last spring we had a rabbit make a nest and GIVE BIRTH on one of our potting tables in our little quonset hut.”
“Expansion packs can be purchased for the parking lot, shade house, plant tables, quonset, etc.”
“Once the formal ceremony had concluded, late in the afternoon, we moved over to the only remains of a structure, possibly the foundation of a quonset hut, and held a Sangsol ceremony there, Two monks had come from Boulder and everyone joined in the prayers.”
“A small part of the vast military camp had survived and this section was wired off and some extra quonset huts and a log-cabin recreation center built and training equipment set up.”
“Winds of 80 knots (92 miles per hour) and 30-35 foot waves battered the ships and craft in the bay and tore into the quonset huts and buildings ashore.”
“The door of the quonset hut was open, and if she leaned over the steps Claudia could see the floor inside.”
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