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  • n. Plural form of dome.


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  • Moisture problems in domes are not always due to water leakage.

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  • They're also making two more of these things -- I've heard them called domes or coffer dams but it sounds like they're rectangular and not circular -- for the other two leaks.

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  • The hard woman explained it all to me, about the invasion and the people being taken away to live in domes and about how this was our planet and we were going to take it back.

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  • And now the Convent with its clustered domes is passed and left behind.

    A Thousand Miles Up the Nile

  • The lovely red brick had been painted white, and two bizarre 20-foot-tall structures that might be called domes perched on the roof.

    The Seattle Times

  • The region is also home to features known as "domes" - seen between the crater and the Carpathian Mountains.

    Universe Today

  • But employment opportunities created by the domes are the kinds of irregular poverty wage jobs that expand the gap between rich and poor.

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  • The domes are a brilliant gold that can be seen from many places around town, and the interior is covered in impressive frescoes and sculptures.

    A Day in Sofia

  • January 2002 divisional playoff game, dropped to just 10-20 in domes.

  • Immediately opposite there was a cinematograph, called the Poliorama, with a museum above it, and at the top, high above the general level of the roofs, a small observatory with twin domes.

    Homage to Catalonia


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