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  • Alot of people thought that Republican leadership was continually pulling the rest of us centerward.

    Busted: Obama is onto our conspiracy to stop Democrat takeover of American healthcare - E_Pluribus_Unum’s blog - RedState

  • The people he overheard were Planetary Defense Corps general staff officers from worlds far centerward of Sol.

    Starfishers

  • As they moved centerward, a big sixteen wheel truck-and-trailer outfit backed out of an opening under the maze of scaffolding, and turned clumsily.

    Space Platform

  • We may not comprehend the full meaning of faith, but we can grasp sufficient to be to our souls what the force of nature is to the trees, by which they stand with their branches reaching skyward and their roots drawing earth-centerward.

    Wit, Humor, Reason, Rhetoric, Prose, Poetry and Story Woven into Eight Popular Lectures

  • As they walked centerward, a big sixteen-wheel truck-and-trailer outfit backed out of an opening under the lacy haze of scaffolds.

    Space Platform

  • Some of the figures are driving headlong downward, with clasped hands, others are swimming through the cloud-shoals, -- some on their faces, some on their backs, -- great processions of bishops, martyrs, and angels are pouring swiftly centerward from various outlying directions, -- everywhere is enthusiastic joy, there is rushing movement everywhere.

    A Tramp Abroad

  • Some of the figures are driving headlong downward, with clasped hands, others are swimming through the cloud-shoals -- some on their faces, some on their backs -- great processions of bishops, martyrs, and angels are pouring swiftly centerward from various outlying directions -- everywhere is enthusiastic joy, there is rushing movement everywhere.

    A Tramp Abroad — Volume 07

  • Instead, the building tends to be admired from afar, above all for its instantly recognizable top: the eagle-headed gargoyles, which seem ready to take wing from their perches on the 61st floor; the huge triangular windows arranged along the curves of seven concentric setbacks pushing centerward and pointing skyward; the ribbed, stainless-steel crown that sparkles by day and is lit from within at night; and, as befits any skyscraper worthy of the name, the needle-like spire.

    New York as Skyscraper

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