Sorry, no definitions found.
“Orlando stalks round from the back door to the driveway of the house, a two-storey family home in disrepair.”
“But I now see I've felt unhappy whenever I've been surrounded by silence – as I was as an undergraduate in London – and been content when sound is at hand: such as in my uncle's two-storey house in Kolkata, and in the second-storey flat in Bandra in suburban Mumbai to which my parents moved after my father retired.”
“Made from light-grey zinc foil wraps and featuring some colourfully glazed projections, the generously proportioned house adds a tinge of contemporary functionality to a two-storey building house.”
“Built on a restricted site, scarred by fire and unstable geologic conditions, this modern two-storey house features a minimalist interior on a backdrop of white and large windows for natural light.”
“Walter's wife Winnie, 75 and no longer inclined or able to string together more than the occasional sentence, still lives in South Bank, in a two-storey brick house overlooked by the looming grey silhouettes of now-redundant industrial architecture.”
“Hacker wrote that Michael had been shot while manning a two-storey observation tower.”
“It appears that the sniper believed Michael was on the ground, not in a prominent position on top of a two-storey building where he would regularly rotate with his fellow observers as they scanned the ground around them.”
“Next to the Mansión de don Aurelio Ibarra (# 15) is don Aurelio's old, two-storey mercantile building, built at the end of the last century.”
“A fire swept through a two-storey private rehabilitation centre for addicts in a poor part of Peru's capital on Saturday, killing 27 people and critically injuring five as firefighters punched holes through walls to rescue residents locked inside.”
“In engineering, a dull light, as gray and flickery as a cloudy sky before a storm, suffused the two-storey chamber and the long flattened cylinder of the main engine.”
Looking for tweets for two-storey.