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  • He left the red car two blocks away and arrived on foot at the pretty, three-storied, shingled Berkeley house.

    Chapter XVIII

  • It seemed likely that if the letter Ah referred to Amdo, then Ka must indicate the monastery at Kumbum, which was indeed three-storied and turquoise-roofed.

    From Birth to Exile

  • These were followed by the image of a three-storied monastery with a turquoise and gold roof and a path running from it to a hill.

    From Birth to Exile

  • ¬†They lived in two - and three-storied houses you could barely see at the end of long, curving drives.

    Trust Walk

  • The ammunitions and weapons were found stashed in the lockers of an unused office in the ground floor of an old three-storied building in the Baguiati area near Dum Dum Airport off VIP road where there has been a construction boom in recent years.

    Big Arms Haul in Calcutta with Likely Supply Chain to Nandigram

  • Structurally, these dry forests have a three-storied forest, with an upper canopy at 15-25 meters (m), an understory at 10-15 meters, and undergrowth at 3-5 meters.

    South Deccan Plateau dry deciduous forests

  • Construction of the Cellular Jail started in 1896 and was completed in 1906 ¬≠ a massive three-storied structure, shaped like a starfish, seven wings radiating from a central watchtower, the standard design of most British jails, a facility where 698 souls could be kept in solitary confinement.

    Vignettes from the Central Jail at Andamans

  • The narrow end of the garden opposite their gate abutted a three-storied tower.

    Spirit Gate

  • Here and there other three-storied towers blocked a portion of her view, nor could she see the courtyard of Assizes Square because of the angle of buildings and slope.

    Spirit Gate

  • Ahead rose the three-storied building, open to the air on its upper stories although she could see only the suggestion of movement behind latticework screens.

    Spirit Gate

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