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  • XX After having selected a mount, and getting a tour of the rest of the Mirror Lancer compound from Nytral, Lorn finds himself yawning more and more as they walk back from the armory, a heavy-walled and squat building located inside another set of walls in the northwest corner of the compound.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • Brill pointed to the small and heavy-walled building on the hilltop.

    The Soprano Sorceress

  • He glanced at a row of brick shops " the middle one shuttered against the strong afternoon sunlight " and then at the houses beyond the shops; they were more like those of Kyphros; heavy-walled and blank-faced, presumably arranged around a central garden courtyard.

    The Order War

  • He glanced at a row of brick shops - the middle one shuttered against the strong afternoon sunlight - and then at the houses beyond the shops; they were more like those of Kyphros; heavy-walled and blank-faced, presumably arranged around a central garden courtyard.

    The Order War

  • With Jan of the Beech Trees along, they formed the nucleus of a small personal army that retreated from one indefensible position to another, until they came finally to the heavy-walled monastery of Czestochowa in the wesi.

    Poland

  • The first part of the next section had been constructed as a heavy-walled blast shelter in case of catastrophe and was equipped with double airlocks.

    The Man with Two Faces

  • At the heavy-walled prison across the Nile he asked after the signet.

    The Yoke A Romance of the Days when the Lord Redeemed the Children of Israel from the Bondage of Egypt

  • The pale glow of the molecular beam reached out its ghostly finger and touched the heavy-walled ray projector building.

    Islands of Space

  • Vigo had pointed out to me that day the gloomy, heavy-walled prison in the rear of the Cabildo, -- ay, and he had spoken of its instruments of torture.

    Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill

  • Monsieur Vigo had pointed out to me that day the gloomy, heavy-walled prison in the rear of the Cabildo, -- ay, and he had spoken of its instruments of torture.

    The Crossing

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