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  • n. Attributive form of first floor

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Examples

  • She hit the first-floor panic bar on the stairwell door and raced across the wide marble floor toward the Information Desk and skidded to a halt as he calmly stepped through the folds of nothingness with a placid look on his face.

    Surrender the Dark

  • There was also an unlocked door right by the first-floor room she would be given if she moved there.

    The Memory Palace

  • As we rush from her first-floor digs in the Cannon House Office Building to the House floor so she can vote, I ask for her explanation of the 2008 financial meltdown.

    'On the Beach, I Bring von Mises'

  • You can go by their first-floor window right now and watch them, watching.

    Meet a Couple of Modern-Day Baseball Cavemen

  • From her little, lace-lined first-floor window, she caught my eye.

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  • She told The Associated Press she saw the first-floor rear of the home burning and dialed 911.

    Fire at Pennsylvania farm kills 7 kids

  • A first-floor office has an octagonal table and an olive-green leather-top desk like that in Jefferson's office, and pink curtains that are a nod to the curtains in Monticello's parlor.

    Seeing Monticello in San Francisco

  • Mr. Croft also reported that three "KKKs" were scratched on a first-floor bathroom, an incident which police couldn't confirm.

    Noose Found in Parks Office

  • The fire was confined to a first-floor apartment, officials said.

    Man hurt in apartment fire in NW

  • Look up and you will see them on the first-floor concrete balcony, going out for a fag and gossiping.

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