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  • One of the most impressive sites to be seen off the large of Marseille is the shimmering blue-glass of Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid's 147-meter-tall CMA CGM Tower.

    Marseille's Cultural Renaissance

  • From Auburn Avenue, looking toward downtown, the futuristic blue-glass Polaris restaurant on the top of the Regency-Hyatt hovered like a spacecraft over a skyline surging upward.

    Burial for a King

  • Douglas hung up and looked around his desk: a company calendar hung on the wall, November featuring a shiny photo of the forty-story, blue-glass Obervell Tower.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • In the distance, corporate headquarters push their cool blue-glass heads just over the trees.

    Parasite Rex

  • We're ensconced in the purple blue light of dawn in his blue-glass Vancouver shoebox apartment on our sixth date.

    blog: Girlfriend

  • In early 1996, Chrysler's world headquarters moved into a blue-glass skyscraper towering above Interstate 75 -- a giant "Pentastar" logo adorning its top.

    Michigan Sweats GM-Chrysler Talks

  • The Sigma Center, with its sparkling blue-glass façade, represented an oasis of modern calm and repute in its bustling, contradictory neighborhood.

    Guanxi

  • In that moment she did not know which she wanted more, to curl up in the sun room of her island house, or to shoot one of these blue-glass villains in the heart … yet were either of these the answer to her present state?

    The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters

  • I wrote (along with a producer director named Rosanna Jeran) a movie titled GODHEAD - which involves, among other things, alchemy, and blue-glass dragon tears.

    Research and a coming announcement announced....

  • It looked like five-story, six-story office buildings, you know, blue-glass office buildings passing us every 45 seconds.

    CNN Transcript Jan 1, 2002

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