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- n. Plural form of high-riser.
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Some worry about the return of the “hollow high-risers”, a phrase first used to describe the original World Trade Center when it opened in 1973 with no private-sector tenants.
This is where it began, this manic place with endless nose-to-tail traffic jammed on tarred and concreted street-light orchestrated discordant runways of the damned where traffic lights animate wait in truculent ambush for troglodyte high-risers trapped in toxic bricks –
One of the high-risers over the spring and summer travel circuit, James Anderson, will visit Florida.
Planners 'maps show a scattering of other high-risers across the capital.
Some worry about the return of the "hollow high-risers" - a phrase first used to describe the original World Trade Center when it opened in 1973 with no private-sector tenants.
Every distinction was on holiday; we led our teacher in the exercise a carnival occasion for display: green space, high-risers, and then shut your eyes!