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  • The Giles County School Board on Tuesday decided that copies of the Ten Commandments set in framed, four-foot-tall blocks in the county's five public schools and technology center were to be taken down.

    Commandments removed from Va. school system

  • They waved four-foot-tall paper hands that said "Time for Separation" and small flags with pictures of the symbol for separation, an open palm held up as if waving goodbye.

    Countdown Continues for Southern Sudan's Big Vote

  • Around the front, Andy had built a sturdy four-foot-tall wood and wire fence around a small yard.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • At that scale, a four-foot-tall, 90-pound emperor penguin is just large enough to show up in a single pixel.

    For Penguins, a Satellite Census

  • Low wire cages stand on four-foot-tall metal scaffolds—rows of wire beach homes on stilts.


  • The pathway had been lined with dozens of four-foot-tall torches.


  • A commercial-welder-turned-metal-artist whose pieces looked something like a hybrid of Alexander Calder and Ralph Steadman, Jabe was still working a lot, with pieces ranging from the four-foot-tall horned satyr guarding his driveway to the dainty sugar bowl and spoon on his kitchen table, all made of stainless steel.

    Shaking the Family Tree

  • One team we met was inspired by a four-foot-tall bowling trophy that had sat neglected in the copy room for years.

    The Orange Revolution

  • Face-to-face with a whining, four-foot-tall John Ritter, it took Jerry a few moments to comprehend what he was seeing.

    With Love and Laughter, John Ritter

  • One of the few that were not sold and were passed down to me is a massive, four-foot-tall ornamental garden vase decorated with swastikas.

    Merry Christmas, pt. 2 – The Bleat.


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