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  • adj. Having more than one storey.
  • n. A building with more than one storey.


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  • Fire swept through a multi-storey nursing home in eastern India on Friday morning, killing at least 35 people and trapping many more elderly residents in the smoke-filled building, an official said.

    Fire kills 20 at Indian nursing home

  • Just as you can store more cars in a multi-storey garage than in a flat parking lot, more circuitry can be packed in three dimensions.

    Intel 3D transistors: why and when?

  • The traffic crawled at its usual stop-start pace, but she made good time on a cut-through she knew in Ballsbridge and was soon zipping across the junction at Nutley Lane and parking in the stunted multi-storey car park that defaced the southern reaches of the hospital grounds.

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  • He was exiting the terminal now, half walking, half running, heading for the multi-storey car park.

    The Priest

  • Martinez reversed out of the parking space with a screech of tyres that was deafening in the enclosed space of the multi-storey car park.

    The Priest

  • “Celebrating the rich building traditions and architecture of Yemen, most famously the extraordinary multi-storey buildings that constitute the heart of many Yemeni cities, dating back hundreds of years but continually renewed and rebuilt by their inhabitants”

    Matthew Yglesias » Before We Launch a Proxy War in Yemen….

  • Tate Liverpool, to 16 OctRobert ClarkThe summer show organised by young gallerist Hannah Barry on top of a multi-storey car park in Peckham is becoming a regular highlight of the capital's art calendar.

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  • She went to the top of a multi-storey car park at Brent Cross shopping centre in north London, sent text messages to some of her relations saying, "I love you," and then jumped off.

    Mental health care under fire after suicide of 21-year-old model

  • Topping the bill are free screenings at some of SE15's most attractive locations: Harold Lloyd's Safety Last and Ealing comedy The Ladykillers in Nunhead Cemetery; Baraka in a local nature garden; and Battleship Potemkin on top a multi-storey car park with pop-up bar and a great view of the city.

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  • The insurgents had holed up in a multi-storey building still under construction and launched their attack early on Tuesday afternoon, firing rockets toward the U.S. and other embassies and the headquarters of NATO-led foreign forces.

    Kabul attack ends after 20 hours as last gunman killed


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