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“In Hollywood, familiarity is the yellow-brick road to box-office success.”
“I was startled to learn the mill had stopped grinding cane only in 2002, because the structure I saw, with its yellow-brick smokestacks, was a spindly hulk with shattered windows.”
“So let's call them the "six tenets" of the "Manifesto," its yellow-brick road, of sorts.”
“A somber-looking Kelly descended the steps of the yellow-brick church a few minutes later, as did star Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o and half a dozen other members of the team.”
“Mark Hampton The Sofa: 1968 - 71 We moved from the wedding present and hand-me-down furniture of our student years to a highly stylized modern look in an apartment in a '50s yellow-brick building on East 63rd Street.”
“I pull up to Hoss's place, a yellow-brick antique he shares with three other guys midway between campus and downtown—an area that tolerates a little rowdiness.”
“Eliot Spitzer returned to a yellow-brick high-rise on Fifth Avenue, while Gov.”
“He walked toward the nearest building, three yellow-brick walls and a canted, broken roof.”
“The two-story yellow-brick building had seen better days.”
“There are plenty of other factors that will decide the outcome on November 4 -- all variables which could have been approached differently by Davis, the University of Alabama dropout and Navy brat who was schooled in the Republican South and then followed the yellow-brick road to Washington.”
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