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  • There are no hotels, just low-built stone villas glimpsed from behind heavy, wooden gates, plus a jewel of a piazza framed by whitewashed walls smothered in bougainvillea.

    In Search of a Billionaire's Paradise

  • The town was silent, low-built; it reminded her of Sk├Âldinge, a village between Katrineholm and Flen, just colder and barer.

    Red Wolf

  • Four Communications The low-built family house has over 6,000 square feet of living and entertaining space.

    London Edwardian

  • It was close by, a whitewashed, low-built pub, very neat as to windows, its solid door freshly painted.

    You Don't Take Names

  • Gardens, as well as low-built public housing nearby, are crime stat clusters the Beacon is a tight little island.

    Jersey City Deluxe: A Cut Rate Beacon for FHA Buyers

  • With streaming grass, appeared, low-built but strong;

    Idylls of the King

  • Ere long, an amphitheatre of low-built houses was discovered at a turn of the river, their roofs and terraces heaped up with hay and straw gathered from the neighboring districts.

    Five Weeks in a Balloon

  • But alas! he was but low-built; and one of so diminutive a size, among the crowd, could not so much as get a glimpse of him.

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • Heights didn't seem to bother chugs, low-built as they were.

    Destiny's Road

  • A crude piece of work, very different from the low-built machine that had been pulling it, but it robbed easily.

    Destiny's Road


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