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  • From the head of the lawn, on the first soft swell from the valley-level, looked down the deep-porched, many-windowed house.

    The Southland

  • The flying men were sheepishly coming back, but all the while their eyes were raised apprehensively to the many-windowed, lofty buildings that towered like the sheer walls of a canyon on each side of the street.

    Chapter 22: The Chicago Commune

  • But Mr. Miller makes the rabbit hole first a tunnel, then a many-windowed corridor, and finally a series of staircases worthy of M.C. Escher.

    In So Many Wonderlands

  • "He wants to make sure his son will have a rich and fascinating life," Mr. Branson said of the Kitchens, in a many-windowed conference room at MoMA, on a break from the Courage Forum.

    Sir Richard Branson's Lessons From a Boy

  • But Mr. Miller makes the rabbit hole first a tunnel, then a many-windowed corridor, and finally a series of staircases worthy of M.C. Escher.

    In So Many Wonderlands

  • But Mr. Miller makes the rabbit hole first a tunnel, then a many-windowed corridor, and finally a series of staircases worthy of M.C. Escher.

    In So Many Wonderlands

  • In all this many-windowed splendor there had to be a prospect for Bayard.

    Virginity

  • The house Amulya built in Songarh looked out of place: a tall, many-windowed town house in the middle of scrubland and fields that were sparsely built upon at the time.

    An Atlas of Impossible Longing

  • This particular journey is not as far afield as one might imagine, because the charming town of Papantla is the closest place to stay when visiting the impressive pre-Colombian site of El Tajin, famous for its many-windowed pyramids.

    Vanilla: A Mexican Native Regains Its Reputation

  • The house Amulya built in Songarh looked out of place: a tall, many-windowed town house in the middle of scrubland and fields that were sparsely built upon at the time.

    An Atlas of Impossible Longing

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