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  • "That book—it was a real catalyst for us," Reed Endersbe said one day at his red-stone temple in Minneapolis.

    Latest Freemason Conspiracy: Recruiting Younger Bros

  • For instance, an emerald ring can fetch happiness, topaz is to stimulate thinking, a red-stone ring can boost confidence, and so the list goes on.

    Rings to the Rescue

  • The waves of Taghazoute are world-famous; the surf champion Kelly Slater once rented an apt here, and nearby, a Saudi Arabian prince (perhaps a surfer?) has a beachside palace (enclosed by miles of red-stone walls).

    Karin Badt: Surf and Yoga: A New Way to Experience Morocco

  • Worshippers, the vast majority from the Armenian diaspora community, packed into the small red-stone church or watched Orthodox priests deliver the first liturgy there in almost 100 years on big-screen televisions specially erected for the event.

    Armenian Church in Turkey Reopens to Worship

  • For a few minutes we stood awestruck before the red-stone department store, gaping up at the Royal Warrants bolted to the side of the building.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey

  • Neither officer spoke as they rode away from the patrol and led Fifteenth Company up the last section of the road, a long gentle slope, at the end of which Mykel could see the red-stone cliffs that held part of the compound.

    Soarer's Choice

  • Roughly every third street was paved with red-stone, and had redstone sidewalks, as did the boulevard.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • The space between the low red-stone wall surrounding the pedestal and the outer wall flanking the streets was paved as well, but with bricks, rather than stone, and even from the height displayed by the Table, Dainyl could tell that more than a few of those bricks were missing.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • Near the south end of Hyalt, the high road turned eastward, but Fifteenth Company continued heading south for another quarter vingt on a older road paved with red-stone blocks, many of which were cracked and chipped, and some of which were missing, their space filled with packed dirt or clay.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • The walls and ceiling were all of polished red-stone, and outside of the lighttorches, the stone pedestal, and the single chest, the chamber contained no other furnishings or decorations.

    Alector's Choice

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