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“He could clearly see out into the spire's main chamber.”
“Though he was among the handful of his kind trained and mentally equipped to deal with such a dislocation, such as when an orbiting shuttle might lose all power and light, Low still swallowed hard when the spire's primary function engaged.”
“Above him, the enhanced light faded and the spire's peak was only that - a stone monolith in moonlight.”
“The restaurant was small and elegantly decorated in art deco style with bold angular motifs that matched the spire's high, slanting windows.”
“Taking hold of the carved cornice will tear the roof off and lift it away from the building, but raising the lowest stone will also push up the spire's gilded point.”
“Cruise said filmmakers had to monitor temperatures on the spire's sun-baked facade so he wouldn't get burned.”
“Hours before the climb, Robert said he hoped to go all the way to the top, but acknowledged it would be difficult to go past about 700 meters freehand without the aid of additional equipment, because of the spire's tapered design.”
“An elevator malfunction forced a two-month closure of the spire's observation deck - the only part of the tower open to the public.”
“An elevator malfunction forced a two-month closure of the spire's observation deck -- the only part of the tower open to the public.”
“World's tallest tower lookout shuttered today the observation deck of the world's tallest tower has been unexpectedly shut down, disappointing visitors and marring the spire's”
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