- n. Plural form of skyline.
“Being set in Brooklyn and Queens, “Cop Out” gave Shaw the opportunity to work with one of the most familiar skylines in the world, New York City.”
“There were a lot of locations that incorporated bridges and skylines so that you always see that the center of the city is really in the distance, and that we are in the heart of a different environment.”
“The few walkers on the skylines caught by its suddenness fought to don their top-most windproofs, the experienced ones quickly turning their back to the blast after first slipping an arm down a sleeve, then turning around some more to keep the fabric plastered to their backs and so slip the other arm down its sleeve too.”
“As grandiose new skylines sprout across China, new urban centers are also replicating the infrastructure that was crucial to making Pudong's makeover viable.”
“In this strange late April of warm summer weather and few showers, dusty haze has become the predominant feature of the English landscape, city skylines imprecise and rural scenes as soft as Housman's blue remembered hills.”
“The glassy building has 360-degree views of Brooklyn and the Manhattan skylines.”
“Meanwhile, in Oslo and Copenhagen, homegrown and international architecture stars compete for attention in altering the two cities' skylines.”
“They are changing skylines and lives around the world.”
“Oceanea is wide open, picture big landscapes, seascapes, and skylines.”
“She was sworn by the idleness of her devilish hands, that when she cut through and opened up a vein in the cloudy skylines, the pressure would release and then there would be a subsequent rain fall of blood and demise.”
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