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  • All roads led to the tree: a ninety-foot Norwegian spruce covered in blue lights, a five-pointed star perched atop its highest branch.

    Georgia’s Kitchen

  • A milestone was reached in 1948: the tallest tree to date arrived at Rockefeller Center—a ninety-foot Norway spruce from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tucker in Mount Kisco, New York.

    The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

  • In 1948, a ninety-foot Norway spruce stood at the foot of the seventy-story RCA building.

    The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

  • Decorating a tree that is several stories high is no small task—imagine how much more work goes into trimming a ninety-foot evergreen!

    The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

  • Some hasty engineering work was carried out on the lead-lined shipping container holding the uranium—it was a ninety-foot container on the outside, but after some quick reconfiguring, it was only eighty-five feet long on the inside: a small gap had been inserted at one end with enough space for Jack and Zoe to stow aboard.


  • I have a ninety-foot face on the driveway at the Hollywood Improv.

    Richard Lewis and John DeBellis: An Interview with Richard Lewis: Bo Derek, Narcissism, Therapy And Sandwiches

  • If hed been driving any other car, the attackers would have rammed them straight through the temporary barriers and into a ninety-foot drop.

    Gold of Kings

  • Not far from our campsite, we followed a sunny path to a stone monument of Noccalula, an Indian princess, poised as if about to jump from a ninety-foot cliff.

    Count Your Blessings

  • Blaze also shoveled out the ninety-foot driveway once the snow got going, forked hay, cleaned the barn, and scrubbed Mrs. Bowie's floors.


  • Never have I been more convinced I was in the lower intestine of a ninety-foot penguin.

    Loco Roco Post-Mortem


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