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  • But all was glassy calm, each great sea, of all the orderly procession of great seas, heaving up, round-topped and mountainous, like so much quicksilver.

    CHAPTER XV

  • Tiberius, the emperor at the time of Christ's crucifixion, is represented here by a round-topped sandstone stela that shows him in classic pharaonic dress with a winged sun-disk kneeling before a couple of gods and with his name translated into hieroglyphs, recording the reconstruction of some flood-damaged temples at Karnak.

    British Museum handsomely fulfils its duties to England outside London

  • Liza had described it accurately as a theater that looked like an old town hall, with high, round-topped windows, a slate roof, and a tall clock tower rising from one corner.

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

  • It has the round-topped arches over the windows and entryway and masonry walls with a pattern of ruby and white.

    Family Storms

  • She guides you by the arm to a small round-topped stool in front of her sales counter.

    Shopgirls

  • White chunks of paint were peeling off the side panels and around the deformed round-topped door.

    No Mercy

  • He wore a tall, round-topped Stetson, pale gray, a lot of hat.

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  • The round-topped door squeaked open on reassuringly old hinges.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • Except in the south-east of the reserve, the relief is fairly flat and consists of a succession of round-topped hills.

    Dja Faunal Reserve, Cameroon

  • On a prior occasion, he was spotted in a zebra hat, holding a round-topped cane.

    Cadwalader���s Strange Visitors

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