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  • These long column-like red signs, which had “Lieberman” written vertically in white script, would not do for Maya.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • These long column-like red signs, which had “Lieberman” written vertically in white script, would not do for Maya.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • These long column-like red signs, which had “Lieberman” written vertically in white script, would not do for Maya.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • There are large "alfices" (rectangular ornamentation in the façade) enhancing the entrance, windows with small open spaces, separated by a small column-like mullion and multiple arches similar to the architecture found in Granada, Spain.

    The Meseta Purepecha

  • There are large "alfices" (rectangular ornamentation in the façade) enhancing the entrance, windows with small open spaces, separated by a small column-like mullion and multiple arches similar to the architecture found in Granada, Spain.

    The Meseta Purepecha

  • Later, down below, Hackberry could see the sharp crystalline peaks known as the Glass Mountains, the column-like mesas rising red and raw out of volcanic rubble or alluvial floodplain that had gone soft and pliant and undulating, as tan as farmland along the Nile, dotted with green brush, all of it besieged by a windstorm that could sand the paint off a water tower.

    Rain Gods

  • DOnt worry, we have lost of big white column-like part of the walls and built in white cabinets and windows to break it up.

    TBTAM Does Italy - Part 1

  • In a darkened room, Blue Brain displays a virtual NCC as a column-like structure, its blue color signifying a state of rest.

    In Search for Intelligence, a Silicon Brain Twitches

  • Later, down below, Hackberry could see the sharp crystalline peaks known as the Glass Mountains, the column-like mesas rising red and raw out of volcanic rubble or alluvial floodplain that had gone soft and pliant and undulating, as tan as farmland along the Nile, dotted with green brush, all of it besieged by a windstorm that could sand the paint off a water tower.

    Rain Gods

  • Later, down below, Hackberry could see the sharp crystalline peaks known as the Glass Mountains, the column-like mesas rising red and raw out of volcanic rubble or alluvial floodplain that had gone soft and pliant and undulating, as tan as farmland along the Nile, dotted with green brush, all of it besieged by a windstorm that could sand the paint off a water tower.

    Rain Gods

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