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horseshoe-shaped

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  • The site is a horseshoe-shaped gorge rising 250 feet above the Waghora River, which cut it from the volcanic rock and is still fed by a series of seven waterfalls that tumble from the heights above.

    Buddha of the Material World

  • A recent addition to Williamsburg's Bedford Street, this oysters and cocktails spot is home to an absinthe fountain and marble-topped horseshoe-shaped bar that will have those who have visited New Orleans' Olde Absinthe House feeling a serious bout of déjà vu.

    Monique Stringfellow: Best Places in New York to Celebrate Mardi Gras

  • A recent addition to Williamsburg's Bedford Street, this oysters and cocktails spot is home to an absinthe fountain and marble-topped horseshoe-shaped bar that will have those who have visited New Orleans' Olde Absinthe House feeling a serious bout of déjà vu.

    Monique Stringfellow: Best Places in New York to Celebrate Mardi Gras

  • It is unclear if — and how — preservationists would fund repairing the horseshoe-shaped structure.

    Tennis Club Blocks a Sale

  • As Ben and Ed watched, Bella took a seat at the horseshoe-shaped bar directly opposite them.

    Shore Thing

  • Underneath the clear, concave canopy that swept from ground level up to the top floor, Sisko approached the horseshoe-shaped desk that stood in front of a row of turbolifts.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire

  • The six men and one woman sitting at the horseshoe-shaped table facing her looked so much more human than they did on TV.

    Gideon’s war

  • Its unsettling effects are playing out here in Manassas, along Brewer Creek Place, a modest, horseshoe-shaped street lined with 98 brick townhouses.

    Short Sales Sweep The Nation: Troubled Homeowners Walk Away With Less

  • Indonesia, a vast archipelago of 240 million people, is prone to earthquakes and volcanoes because it sits along the Pacific "Ring of Fire," a horseshoe-shaped string of faults that lines the Pacific Ocean.

    Indonesia Volcano Spews Ash in Biggest Eruption

  • Indonesia, a vast archipelago of 235 million people, is prone to earthquakes and volcanos because it sits along the Pacific "Ring of Fire," a horseshoe-shaped string of faults that lines the Pacific.

    Mount Merapi Eruption Causes Flight Cancellations

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