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“As the three men watched, the transporter floor and ceiling lit up, and a human materialized, along with a bulky metallic tower-like device covered in metal and crystalline tubing.”
“Here in the New Sydney badlands, ravines, canyons, and the tower-like formations colorfully known as “hoodoos” were everywhere.”
“Rodia's surprisingly small, triangular site contains the footprint of his modest house since burned down and 17 tower-like structures including an outdoor oven and the font where Rodia performed baptisms and weddings, though he had no religious status or affiliation.”
“An 80-foot-high, tower-like house designed by Mr. Blackwell in Fayetteville has earned the nicknames "trailer on a stick" and "air-conditioned deer stand.”
“The Hokies also film from a more stable, 50-foot tower-like structure that has passed inspections and isn't susceptible to heavy winds.”
“Bangs also became all the rage and women would spend hours teasing, hairspraying and using a blow dryer to build tower-like "party bangs." it almost seemed like a competition among women of the time to see whose bags could be the tallest.”
“Indeed, our excavations uncovered side walls of two tower-like structures.”
“First, we wish to excavate the eastern and smallest of the two tower-like structures, to gain evidence of their construction and to allow us to verify their defensive character.”
“Some 90m to the south of the Lower Agora, the Colonnaded Street was flanked by two tower-like structures and a blockage wall on top of the Street, that belong to the later sixth or more likely, early seventh century.”
“Already she could see the yellow and reddish, tower-like upper story of Jamiltepec, and the rich, deep fall of magenta bougainvillea, from the high wall, with the pale spraying of plumbago flowers, and many loose creamy-coloured roses.”
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