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  • noun Plural form of pyramid.


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  • He claims it is one of five pyramids in the area (along with what he calls the pyramids of the Moon, Earth, and Dragon, plus another that hasn't been named in any account I've seen).

    The Bosnia-Atlantis Connection 2006

  • This seems like in the final film he will introduce Unicron however i believe setting the story in egypt with the plot over transformers coming to earth and building the pyramids is rediculous!

    The Fallen Will Show Up in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen?! « 2008

  • I think we'll give it a shot and see whether tipping over pyramids is as much fun as they make it sound.

    Looney! wunderland_syn 2007

  • But the same article, widely carried with slight variations (here is one example), still describes Osmanagic as "the amateur Bosnian archaeologist who has been investigating Latin American pyramids for 15 years."

    Bosnian "Pyramids" Update 2006

  • He claims a tall sign will loom near the huge twin pyramids that draw hundreds of thousands of tourists annually, although a government-appointed archaeologist disputes that.

    Locals Fight Wal-Mart Store Near Ancient Mexico Ruin 2004

  • Having studied Latin American pyramids for 15 years, Osmanagic has mobilized locals here into an army of excavators.

    CNN Transcript Apr 24, 2006 2006

  • Kindly women at stations passed in sandwiches and coffee, and the troop, with the eternal appetite of twenty-odd, gorged themselves and cheered in overhanging pyramids from the windows.

    Twenty-Three and a Half Hours' Leave 1918

  • The age of the pyramids is remote and unknown, since Diodorus Siculus (tom. i l.i. c. 44, p. 72) is unable to decide whether they were constructed 1000, or

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire 1206

  • As it is believed that the city of Memphis was near this place, they are commonly called the pyramids of Mem - phis *.

    A new collection of voyages, discoveries and travels : containing whatever is worthy of notice, in Europe, Asia, Africa and America 1767

  • As the previous makes clear, I'm not a fan or foe of Wal-Mart, but I'd say the Bodega near (and not really terribly near) the pyramids is not very ostentatious (I didn't notice it from the top of the pyramid of the sun last weekend) and it is dramatically less damaging to the local archaeological site than is -- for example -- the National School of Anthropology and History or the neighboring Telmex-dominated shopping mall and Olympic housing project in Mexico City, which are planted dead smack bang atop one of the most crucial and still largely unexplored ruins in the Americas, Cuicuilco (believed to be the motherland of Teotihuacan).

    Costco vs Sam's Club Membership 2005


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