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  • The faade is a shell perforated with paneless windows; the roof, the battlements, the chimneys have all crashed in.

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  • The faade is a shell perforated with paneless windows; the roof, the battlements, the chimneys have all crashed in.

    Bedlam

  • The faade is a shell perforated with paneless windows; the roof, the battlements, the chimneys have all crashed in.

    Bedlam

  • CAIRO Reuters - Ahmed al-Shahat clambered up the faade of Israel's high-rise Cairo embassy, scaling over 21 floors, to pull down the flag of the Jewish state and replace it with Egypt's national colors.

    In new Egypt, foreign policy not just for diplomats

  • CAIRO Reuters - Ahmed al-Shahat clambered up the faade of Israel's high-rise Cairo embassy, scaling over 21 floors, to pull down the flag of the Jewish state and replace it with Egypt's national colors.

    In new Egypt, foreign policy not just for diplomats

  • Pierce stared in disbelief Thursday at her foundation, where all that stood was a brick faade and a chimney.

    Biggest air assault yet set for Texas blaze

  • Pierce stared in disbelief Thursday at her foundation, where all that stood was a brick faade and a chimney.

    Biggest air assault yet set for Texas blaze

  • The Exchange was empty when I visited, closed down, a flat faade of dark brick with plate-glass windows and a garage bay, the trim painted a fresh white, and the roof stepping up in sections like an Old West warehouse, the sort of shape that would have inspired the Prairie Style of Frank Lloyd Wright.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

  • The Exchange was empty when I visited, closed down, a flat faade of dark brick with plate-glass windows and a garage bay, the trim painted a fresh white, and the roof stepping up in sections like an Old West warehouse, the sort of shape that would have inspired the Prairie Style of Frank Lloyd Wright.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

  • The Exchange was empty when I visited, closed down, a flat faade of dark brick with plate-glass windows and a garage bay, the trim painted a fresh white, and the roof stepping up in sections like an Old West warehouse, the sort of shape that would have inspired the Prairie Style of Frank Lloyd Wright.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

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