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“If you see the word in two-metre letters on a store window, are you going in?”
“Another issue, claim campaigners, is that a two-metre high mound of turf dumped by the council around the perimeter is not covered by the court order.”
“The silk was extracted in Godley's workshops and woven by Peers' team of handloom weavers, but since it took eight years to produce and weave enough silk for a two-metre shawl and a richly embroidered cape, both on display at the museum from Wednesday until 5 June, the fabric is never going to be a commercial proposition.”
“A cast is being made of tracks left by a two-metre long ancient animal in north east Fife.”
“Then I have my second large pod, which contains some two-metre bundles of endlessly useful polyester cord, a pair of thin leather gloves warm, but they pack down small, a medium-sized holdall that packs down into a little pouch, pack of tissues, a mirror, a box of tic-tacs, a breath freshener spray, and my monocular.”
“A few draw latrine designs on paper: a two-metre pit, some planks in a criss-cross to form the hole.”
“It is a world with a one - to two-metre sea level rise by 2100, leaving hundreds of millions homeless.”
“One issue was the proposal to remove a two-metre high barbed-wire fence along the border which bisects the forest and impedes the movement of wildlife.”
“Unhappy Snappy takes a taste of Tracey: "Reptile handler Tracey Sandstrom can't explain why her two-metre saltwater crocodile, Snappy, sank his teeth into her arm at a Christmas party in Victoria.”
“The two-metre high breakers, all-devouring, striking the all-devouring sand of the shore would take care of me in a couple of minutes quickly and cleanly, no trace would remain, the ocean would drown me in a couple of waves, the sand would eat my bones, how could anyone feel sorrow on these shores?”
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