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  • The 110-acre project, slated for completion in late 2014, includes villas, three hotels, a convention hall and a glass-domed artificial beach.

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  • “A dozen of those chocolate chess squares ought to do it,” she said, nodding at the glass-domed dish.

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  • She hopped off at the mouth of an alley, glanced up in time to see a Zeppelin disappear behind a glass-domed skyscraper, and stepped through a metal door left open to vent the heat from the furnaces within.

    Steam Punking Fiction

  • We were sitting in a glass-domed café, watching the flakes fall into the water, and deals were happening at the tables all around us.

    Associated Writing

  • The Federal Aviation Administration has set up five new departure routes along with three temporary control towers—mobile units with glass-domed ceilings parked in the airfields—at nearby airports.

    Super Bowl Jet-Setters Face Tarmac Gridlock

  • Rodriguez stares up at the glass-domed ceiling light with half-lidded, milky eyes.

    Etched in Bone

  • Visitors can get a rare look at the Welwitschia or Desert Onion on display at the U.S. Botanic Garden, a glass-domed building at the foot of the United States Capitol in Washington.

    Public Gets Rare View of Endangered Plants

  • The 25th Biennale (Sept. 15-22) takes place in Paris at the glass-domed Grand Palais, one of the world's most splendid exhibition centers dating back to 1900 and the golden age of the Belle Epoque.

    Style and Splendor in Paris

  • NEARY: Inside the glass-domed conservatory is a recreation of Dickinson's own garden.

    A Flowering Tribute To Emily Dickinson

  • Morgado, who kept an old-fashioned, glass-domed stock ticker in his office but no stereo equipment, was asocial and brusque to the point of rudeness.

    Fortune’s Fool

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