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“The BLT & E is becoming a favorite at this bustling, white-tiled addition to Midtown East, the second iteration of this popular East Village restaurant.”
“Most of the white-tiled tunnels beneath Dupont Circle have been vacant since 1962, when trolley service ended.”
“I peered into a white-tiled bathroom with a claw-foot tub and said, “Sweet.””
“Modernity and Han influence were evident in the factories and white-tiled buildings.”
“It sat in the middle of the white-tiled floor, a silver cloud, washing itself.”
“Orthogonal buildings, white-tiled walls, and blue-tinted windows Jonathan Watts, “Minister Rails at China, Land of a Thousand Identical Cities,” Guardian, June 12, 2007.”
“The small town, which I reached late in the evening, was very much a Han community of orthogonal roads, square white-tiled buildings, tinted windows, pink-lit massage parlors, karaoke bars, and a giant billboard from which Dashan, an enviably fluent Mandarin-speaking Canadian, entreated people to buy mobile phones.”
“We sat wrapped in towels as she filled me in a bit about Josh, about his split from his wife and their young son, but then a cloud of steam blasted into the white-tiled room for a minute and she had to wait.”
“C é sar's, the informal caf é , was a lively, white-tiled space that offered a staggering breakfast buffet every morning.”
“The underground complex at Charing Cross was difficult - several white-tiled tunnels leading from the main booking hall, plus a set of escalators.”
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