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  • Beverly Morgan-Welch, who has spent more than a decade spearheading the project, calls the three-story brick building the nation's most important African American historic landmark.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • But in their heart of hearts, many of them likely have called the three-story wooden wedding cake on Howard Street their true home.

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  • Beatriz tries to get into the three-story brick building without success, and decides to walk down the block to the large green-turreted brick chapel, where she finds a lone maintenance worker on his knees cleaning the floor.

    American Grace

  • Soon after moving to Denver in 1876, she purchased a three-story mansion with twenty-seven rooms, then outfitted it with the finest furnishings available.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Having dispensed with your communication with God, trickster would say that what exists is a multitude of spirits, living in a three-story brokerage house, that hang out to negotiate power with you.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • Rounding the corner toward the parking lots, a visitor sees the beautiful three-story octagonal sanctuary—its bronze tower and stainless steel steeple gleaming atop a crisp white stone exterior.

    American Grace

  • A missile attack landed near my house and took a three-story house to the ground, said Saleem Abdullah, a resident in the capital's northeast, who said he feared casualties were higher than reported.

    Tribesmen Join Battles in Yemen Capital

  • It includes a three-story house where the al-Qaida chief is believed to have lived for at least five years.

    CIA to get access to bin Laden house

  • In the Britten production, on the other hand, Charles Edwards has designed a permanent set that spills over the huge ENO stage into the boxes: a dreary, circa-1900, three-story British state school bearing the legend "Boys" over the double doors, and Sue Willmington's costumes are chiefly school uniforms—making it clear that the school has become co-ed.

    Recurring Daydreams

  • Agaton Strom for The Wall Street Journal Since 1719, the three-story building that houses Fraunces Tavern has seen duty as a mansion, Revolutionary-era meeting place and boarding house, among other things.

    History Meets Beer

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