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“He argues for a new understanding of physics, one that disproves the paradigm—based on three-hundred-year-old scientific theory—that human intention has no influence on material properties.”
“In Le Locle, a small town whose charm had clearly been substantially supplimented by the prosperity of its three-hundred-year-old watch industry, we went to see their lesser-known Musée d'Horlogerie before theoretically heading on to the big one in La Chaux-de-Fonds - which we never got to, because the things in this small museum, housed in an old chateau, were amazing, and the people were gracious and forthcoming.”
“He would lean against the three-hundred-year-old Cedar of Lebanon, or lie on his back and watch the sky through its gnarled branches.”
“Upon arriving in Venice the Reagans were taken to Condulmer, a three-hundred-year-old villa outside the city that had been turned into a hotel with a swimming pool and eighteen-hole golf course.”
“Slim bodies, good muscle tone, faces that could have graced three-hundred-year-old movie posters.”
“He wanted to stand beside those who appreciated what was about to be lost: a three-hundred-year-old church.”
“• Heather and her family moved to a three-hundred-year-old cottage in England the summer after she turned eleven.”
“VERGELEGEN: This stunning property in Somerset West has three-hundred-year-old camphor trees, includes handsome gardens, and makes some of the most highly acclaimed wines in the country.”
“But three-hundred-year-old intuition was not to be dismissed out of hand.”
“We walked past three-hundred-year-old houses, where sailors and whalers once lived, where patient, faithful wives waited for their husbands to come home from the sea; houses that had stood here long before the media celebrities, pop singers, actors, and authors had descended on the island.”
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