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  • In the high-vaulted main hall of Union Station in Washington, DC, the sound of a drone attack interrupts the morning rush hour.

    John Feffer: The White Noise of War

  • The silver-spoked ring rising from the central bar, pictured here, adds edge to the restaurant's high-vaulted ceilings and elegant, neutral-toned furnishings.

    California Flair in Midtown

  • WHO needs to deny any Holocaust Myth, when the elephant in the room leaves Billion$ annually in stinkin 'ca$h-droppings all the way from German GiltGeld and US GuiltTake$ to the high-vaulted Tel Aviv Bankster$

    Holocaust Deniers, Global Warming Deniers, Chris Wallace: Any Difference?

  • Showers of sheer, deeply-colored gossamer streamers decorated the high-vaulted reception area.

    The After Wife

  • Harry kept his voice to an easy drone that echoed off the stone walls and high-vaulted ceiling.

    Gold of Kings

  • The atmosphere was superb, a mass of people with pretty much nothing else in common singing and playing together, mostly not taking it too seriously, in a high-vaulted covered square full of light and greenery.

    London Ukulele Festival 2009

  • I enjoyed a perfectly respectable concoction served in the shell of a fresh pineapple, and proceeded to soak up the dramatic atmosphere -- the impression of being in the high-vaulted thatched hut of an island potentate, complete with lagoon and the occasional indoor rainstorm.

    Tiki Doesn't Have to Be Tacky

  • There they slept in a high-vaulted, perfumed bedroom.

    The Trojan War

  • These rooms, at the southwest corner of the Winter Palace, were vast galleries with high-vaulted ceilings and elaborate cornices picked out in gold leaf.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • Now, lying gazing upward at the high-vaulted ceiling, I heard

    The Moon Pool

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