single-storied love


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  • Next, a huge single-storied building: the Greek Music and Video Superstore.

    Attracted to Astoria Again

  • She steadfastly averts her eyes while Claire drives in a slow circle around the single-storied building.


  • She was more than impressed by what she found on the first floor, which was much more extensive than the third floor would have indicated, as there were three single-storied wings off the main building.

    red dust

  • As the rebel BDR sepoys fired shots from automatic weapons and blasted several grenades targeting their commanding officers from all directions on the day, the single-storied Darbar Hall (conference centre) having valuable glass sheets in its front portion was badly damaged as bullets and splinters pierced through those.

    Darbar Hall now stands as mute spectators of bloody carnage

  • This house was composed of a single-storied pavilion; two rooms on the ground floor, two chambers on the first floor, a kitchen down stairs, a boudoir up stairs, an attic under the roof, the whole preceded by a garden with a large gate opening on the street.

    Les Miserables

  • The main building was old, stone-built, single-storied, and flat-roofed.

    Shield of Thunder

  • A smaller pavilion arose before us, single-storied, front wide open.

    The Moon Pool

  • They are laid out in the form, called here, as in Egypt, Hosh-court-yards, with single-storied tenements opening into them.

    Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah

  • Several slave factories now appear on either shore, single-storied huts of wood and thatch, in holes cut out of the densest bush, an impenetrable forest whose sloppy soil and miry puddles seem never to dry.

    Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo

  • They were conducted to the palace, a long, single-storied, windowless barn of rough stone and reddish clay.

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton


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