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“From my perspective, it was time for the refs to call the twenty-feet rule that meant Eight Track would have to step aside to let Cat Tastrophe pass.”
“Gujarat Pipavav can handle up to 0.60 million twenty-feet equivalent units of container cargo and about 5.0 million tons of bulk cargo a year, according to its IPO prospectus.”
“The world record at twenty-feet was -- still is, far as I know -- held by a man named Donald Perry -- no relation to me.”
“The Templo Mayor was destroyed just after the Spanish conquest; when its ruins were uncovered in 1978, it was twenty-feet below the plaza and titled at a 30 degree angle.”
“They had perceived our immense flag hoisted on a twenty-feet long bamboo above the tallest tree near our camp as they surmounted the sharp lofty ridge behind”
“It was high tide and the waves were breaking against the channel, spewing foam at least twenty-feet high.”
“What space and elbow-room can be found for quarter-deck dignity in the cramped lookout of the Monitor, or even in the twenty-feet diameter of her cheese-box?”
“The main edifice, with a frontage of nearly eighty feet, is only one and a half stories high, and is overshadowed by a broad projecting roof, which somehow, though in a very natural way, drops down at the eaves, and forms the covering of a piazza, twenty-feet in width, and extending across the entire front of the house.”
“The Fort has been likened to some rude baronial stronghold in the feudal ages of the old world, with the Liege's Hall and retainers 'cottages all safely enclosed by a palisade twenty-feet high made of stout trees split in halves and sunk into the ground.”
“Having arrived at a village, they find much silver in plates twenty-feet long.”
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