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  • Garm looked around the log-hewn workshop at her other sculptures—a rearing ice-bear, a great elk with sixteen-foot antlers, a coiling snow serpent that stretched from floor to rafters, and of course her army of norn warriors captured in stone and wood.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Garm looked around the log-hewn workshop at her other sculptures—a rearing ice-bear, a great elk with sixteen-foot antlers, a coiling snow serpent that stretched from floor to rafters, and of course her army of norn warriors captured in stone and wood.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Garm looked around the log-hewn workshop at her other sculptures—a rearing ice-bear, a great elk with sixteen-foot antlers, a coiling snow serpent that stretched from floor to rafters, and of course her army of norn warriors captured in stone and wood.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Garm looked around the log-hewn workshop at her other sculptures—a rearing ice-bear, a great elk with sixteen-foot antlers, a coiling snow serpent that stretched from floor to rafters, and of course her army of norn warriors captured in stone and wood.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • In fact, every time Lola looked around the Vitale house, she could see only what it meant for her mother: the sixteen-foot ceiling rafters, which meant Mrs. Svetloski had to stand on a ladder and use a duster with a telescopic handle; what seemed like acres of white Berber wall-to-wall carpet—impossible to clean, especially when someone spilled marinara sauce at Sunday dinner.

    Tell us we’re home

  • One day early in January 1922, he climbed nervously aboard a sixteen-foot rowboat for a reconnaissance trip downstream.

    Colossus

  • This three-bedroom, four-bathroom home is all about the ceilings: the living room has "hand carved ceilings for a cathedral in Europe," the dining room has "high arched, towering dome ceilings," and the master bedroom has sixteen-foot ceilings with skylights.

    1940 Eclectic Hollywood Villa By Architect Francis Pierpont Davis

  • In fact, every time Lola looked around the Vitale house, she could see only what it meant for her mother: the sixteen-foot ceiling rafters, which meant Mrs. Svetloski had to stand on a ladder and use a duster with a telescopic handle; what seemed like acres of white Berber wall-to-wall carpet—impossible to clean, especially when someone spilled marinara sauce at Sunday dinner.

    Tell us we’re home

  • This three-bedroom, four-bathroom home is all about the ceilings: the living room has "hand carved ceilings for a cathedral in Europe," the dining room has "high arched, towering dome ceilings," and the master bedroom has sixteen-foot ceilings with skylights.

    1940 Eclectic Hollywood Villa By Architect Francis Pierpont Davis

  • He was always going on about his boat, this little sixteen-foot wooden sailboat that he had been building for the last five years.

    And One Last Thing…

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