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  • When turning back the north view towards the mountain is as well enhanced with the widening view due to the fan-shape of the tilting wooden wall, being a mediator between the northern and southern landscape characteristic.

    Modern Mountain Cottage in Quebec, by Blouin Tardif Architecture

  • A tour near the site offered to journalists Saturday evening revealed debris spread in a fan-shape over more than an acre around a crater roughly 3 feet deep and as much as 8 feet across.

    Nine dead in Reno air race crash

  • A tour near the site offered to journalists Saturday evening revealed debris spread in a fan-shape over more than an acre around a crater roughly 3 feet deep and as much as 8 feet across.

    Nine dead in Reno air race crash

  • A tour near the site offered to journalists Saturday evening revealed debris spread in a fan-shape over more than an acre around a crater roughly 3 feet deep and as much as 8 feet across.

    Reno Air Show Plane Crash: Airplane Crashes Into Stands At National Championship Air Races In Nevada (VIDEO)

  • One money guzzling, energy guzzling step into the unknown will use an Eiffel Tower's worth of metal, eight-story wheels of gold fan-shape boxes, thousands of miles of wire, and fat ductlike coils, according to The New York Times.

    Mairi Beautyman: Large Hadron Collider is Either the Greenest or the Least Green Experiment Ever Made

  • The petals were thrown, fan-shape, over the stout old woman who was sitting on the edge of her chair.

    The Years

  • Still another system, arrayed around a black hole or-bited by strange fan-shape objects whose mouths pointed toward the gravitational monster in their midst, drawing upon its energy, sucking up collapsed matter and feeding it to a world the size of Jupiter.

    The Howling Stones

  • From that structure projected a long tube which ended in a fan-shape, something like a wineglass: the KK - drive posigravity-field projector.

    The End of the Matter

  • From that structure projected a long tube which ended in a fan-shape, something like a wineglass: the KK - drive posigravity-field projector.

    The End of the Matter

  • From that structure projected a long tube which ended in a fan-shape, something like a wineglass: the KK - drive posigravity-field projector.

    The End Of The Matter

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