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“Xinhua said that two-meter deep sludge in some areas had left many people trapped on top of buildings.”
“Imagery analysis indicated a two-meter hole in the top of the object that allowed the elements to slowly enter the inside of the vehicle during its glacial interment.”
“I created a set of speakers that, when properly placed, created a frequency that would kill any zombie within a two-meter radius.”
“The men were training at the Explosives fitness studio in Bad Zwischenahn near the western city of Oldenburg when the 38-year-old driver lost control of his vehicle, veered into a meadow and plunged the front of his car into the two-meter (6 feet) deep ditch.”
“She walks along the whole length of the stage rim, holding up her dress in one hand and a fan in the other, making small dancing steps with her pointy feet, driving her voice up and down the scale to coax the orchestra music out of its two-meter depths.”
“It was Zane, suddenly next to her, looking all of his two-meter maximum pretty height in the ancient black uniform.”
“Between the roof and the top apartments is about a two-meter strip of concrete.”
“David paced off a two-meter distance from the far corner of the room and could easily see the join where the tiles met at the top of a concealed door.”
“I have a two-meter hardwood staff in the corner of the bedroom.”
“They were drawn past the stale wool in a puff of dust, into freefall and a cylindrical corridor of fluted lunar concrete, ringed with white neon at two-meter intervals.”
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