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    1. A respected pillar of the community

    2. as still as a pillar of salt

    3. Leaning back against the pillar, let his mind wonder

    4. “This village shall serve as my throne, as we spread truth and justice across the universe!” Justice announced, and out of the ruins of Trouble Valley he rose a great, giant pillar, and on the top was his throne, which he proceeded to sit down upon

    5. Inside the room behind that balcony is a complicated crystal pillar with a luminescent panel protruding from it

    6. The pillar grows wider as it nears the lofty ceiling, close inspection can show that it blends into the globe above

    7. At the top of that level bedrock ended and crystal, stone or wood pillar began

    8. Twenty feet in each direction was a grey carbon-fiber reinforced ceramic pillar put in beside the khume, six feet wide and two feet thick

    9. The Archenon remained, a blackened pillar standing in a wasteland of dust

    10. Anon became a pillar of flames, a faceless giant of white fire

    11. Beside each door was a round pillar reaching up to the roof far above them, made from the same light brown stone as the building

    12. He’d been such a pillar of strength to them all

    13. There was almost a look of relief on his face as he realised that she was human like the rest of them and not some unemotional pillar of stone

    14. He had been her pillar of strength, her best friend; not only the love of her life, but also the life of her love

    15. History has shown that religion has been a pillar of strength for many people and has helped them to reconnect with their Higher Self

    16. Russell jumped and threw Alex to the ground as a pillar of lightning struck where she had been standing

    17. A dull pillar, shifting in the red light of the fire below

    18. You'll turn into a pillar of salt

    19. world has ever known, painlessly, from his ivory hard-on, a white pillar of dolphins, cherubs and

    20. “I will not fail you, Great Lord!” Tairark pleaded with his hands raised towards the pillar of flames

    21. Spider’s webs were suspended from overhanging awnings or from pillar to post providing huge screens of gossamer

    22. He took a pace forward which took hours and finally placed the Globe on the centre of the pellucid pillar, where it became disconnected from the key

    23. He stepped back and a shaft of pure white light elevated from the sphere and made its way to around six feet above the pillar before splitting into three solid bars

    24. The church holds forth the Scripture and the doctrine of Christ as a pillar holds up a structure

    25. The church must always be the pillar and ground of truth

    26. I must place Joseph right alongside Abraham as a Pillar of Faith

    27. I came around a final pillar, and I saw it then, a kind of metal bowl or fire pit full of coals so hot that they were nearly smokeless, bending the air above them with their heat

    28. I stood there motionless as a stone pillar, and I saw in that same slowed down vision Adele coming closer and closer at an alarming pace

    29. Hilderich was considering the magnificent simplicity and awesome sight of the pillar of light in front of him

    30. It was a bright pillar of sunlight not as blinding as the suns though, with a hazy rainbow of all colors on its edges, and a pulsating haze of tiny pin pricks rushing through some sort of invisible shell

    31. He was interrupted somewhat violently by Amonas who neatly but decisively pushed him towards the pillar of light

    32. Philo turned and looked at the pillar of light, gave a derisive rough kind of snort, and continued his vigilant watch, unperturbed

    33. His initial purpose when pushing Hilderich into that infernal pillar of light, a machinery truly made in its makers image, was to force him to see the truth

    34. Amonas took some more time trying to make Hilderich picture what he had seen when he had stepped through the pillar of light and came back to tell the tale

    35. “You are a constant reminder of my failings and nothing more!”, said the Patriarch as he burst into a fit of rage, sending the jug of wine crashing against a glass pillar

    36. “The white pillar of light that brought us to this world of yours? Somewhere in the opposite direction of the sun? A small crest overlooking the forests?”

    37. “And on His Gardens stands a pillar of white, unlike marble or stone

    38. At the wall to right of the door was a dressed with a mirror above it, next to the bed was a little table and a pillar basin, and by the wall to the left was a desk

    39. Then, without thinking about it, she reached one hand into the pillar of Light and saw her hand disappear as if it did not exist

    40. They halted a few meters from the pillar that reached far up above their heads into the Dark

    41. The whirling darkness in the pillar that seemed to close in, like a sensation

    42. A long drawn-out scream resounded over the land and then was gone, and she found herself standing on the ground with both hands stretched out from her, but in front of her, the pillar of darkness was gone

    43. 18 Now Absalom in his lifetime had taken and reared up for himself a pillar, which is in the king's dale, for he said, I have no son to

    44. keep my name in remembrance, and he called the pillar after his own name, and it is called to this day, Absalom's place

    45. 21 And he set up the pillars in the porch of the temple, and he set up the right pillar, and called the name of it Jachin, and he set up

    46. the left pillar, and called the name of it Boaz

    47. 14 And when she looked, note, the king stood by a pillar, as the manner was, and the princes and the trumpeters by the king, and all

    48. 3 And the king stood by a pillar, and made a covenant before the Lord, to walk after the Lord, and to keep his commandments and his

    49. 17 The height of the one pillar was eighteen cubits, and the chapiter on it was brass, and the height of the chapiter three cubits; and

    50. the wreathen work, and pomegranates on the chapiter round about, all of brass, and like to these had the second pillar with wreathen

    1. Behind the stone pillared frame and rust brown hinges,

    2. to a wall above a pillared porch, the stone of which

    3. When she remained undisturbed, he swiftly made his way to the pillared

    4. Lorna blushed and smiled but took his outstretched hand and, still speechless, let him lead her up the steps into the huge pillared entrance hall of the house where a matronly woman was waiting for them

    5. Themistokles and the Harad Ghul bowed and strode hastily out of the pillared Throne Room

    6. Charles guided his companions around the deck to the far side of the tree where a series of ladders and walkways linked with a bowl-shaped Council Hall covered by a pillared gazebo

    7. very ancient stone house, with pillared and wide veranda, wherein dwells the

    8. The room itself was pillared with a hundred white columns that held a vaulted ceiling depicting scenes out of Khafra’s past and showed dragons of every size and color supporting the pillars of the world

    9. His flying feet spurned the marble as he darted up the broad stair and through the pillared portico

    10. A short flight of broad marble steps led up to the pillared portico

    11. Presently, pushing through a screen of vine-tangled branches, he came into a comparatively open space where the trees straggled, unencumbered by undergrowth, and saw before him the wide, pillared portico of the palace

    12. stone steps that led up to the pillared portico of a museum

    13. Surrounding the Temple was a great pillared Court – the court of the Gentiles

    14. pillared gates somewhere on a hill

    15. On a crystal plate in the middle were six fat red pillared candles surrounding one larger candle of white

    16. I hid in the bushy shadows and watched as he placed black pillared candles around the well’s edge; he lit each of them, then offered up praises to the god he worshipped

    17. While I read, the leader placed black pillared candles around the edge of a deep pool of cold well water and lit each of them

    18. Charlotte had not gone away as she said she would, and when I got back to our lodgings the evening before, penitent and apologetic after my wanderings in the forest, besides being rather frightened, for I was afraid I was going to be scolded and was not sure that I did not deserve it, I found her sitting on the pillared verandah indulgently watching the sunset sky, with _The Prelude_ lying open on her lap

    19. Teller alighted in front of the Holiday Inn Hotel and wound his way through the crowds to the corner in front of the gleaming pillared Sikh mosque

    20. The pillared halls all around the sanctuary of the temple were empty and I very much felt alone within the place

    21. I stepped into the small serene clearing around the Chapel and approached the pillared pavilion carefully tucked away within the serenity of the forest

    22. The pillared Moorish hall, shadows entwined

    23. The avenue ran through a noble park, between lines of ancient elms, and ended in a low, widespread house, pillared in front after the fashion of Palladio

    24. Here under that high and insolent dome, under those coffered ceilings; here, as I passed through those arches and broken pediments to the pillared shade beyond and sat, hour by hour, before the fountain, daring and invention, I felt a whole new system of nerves alive within me, as though the probing its shadows, tracing its lingering echoes, rejoicing in all its clustered feats of water that spurted and bubbled among its stones, was indeed a life-giving spring

    25. " She thought of the white freestone, the pillared portico, and the terrace full of flowers, Sir James smiling above them like a prince issuing from his enchantment in a rose-bush, with a handkerchief swiftly metamorphosed from the most delicately odorous petals—Sir James, who talked so agreeably, always about things which had common-sense in them, and not about learning! Celia had those light young feminine tastes which grave and weatherworn gentlemen sometimes prefer in a wife; but happily Mr

    26. such as the mind of Durin could scarce have imagined in his sleep, stretch on through avenues and pillared courts, on into the dark recesses where no light can come

    27. the many-windowed house, fronted along its whole width by a pillared porch and a flight of steps down on to the grass

    28. The climbing fire lit up their faces and threw its ruddy glare upon the pillared tree-trunks of their forest temple, and upon the varnished foliage and festooning vines

    1. There is violence because we are shown daily that the perpretors, who are powerful pillars of the society, examples of success in making money through means usually foul

    2. Unfortunately we are least concerned about the deterioration that is taking place in these three pillars of environment

    3. Looking at the house from the old the old stone pillars that still held the front

    4. It was very late in Afternoonday now, more like Duskmeal, but there were plenty of great torches on tall, twisted larorlie pillars to light the way

    5. like the pillars of Hercules

    6. beneath towering pillars of flame and the grind

    7. A line of pillars stood along the wall and supported the wooden balconies above

    8. It was all lit by torches in sconces on the pillars and walls, and by great braziers on the corners of the bull pen

    9. Thruout, the most substantial buildings were stuccoed stone with wooden beams and pillars

    10. A small door opened near the base of the pillars and a man came out and began speaking with Yellelle about the luggage

    11. This far up the canal, only small trees were growing above them, still dwarfed by their initial crystal support pillars

    12. Iron pillars support the upstairs mezzanine

    13. Out of breath, Bex and the boys lean against one of the pillars supporting the mezzanine floor above the main room

    14. The row of polished granite pillars that ran down the middle of this space were six feet in diameter and fifty high

    15. The larger one is across from the main boat house in a long, arched space that echos with the water and has ornate swirled pillars along the side

    16. Pillars of dust rise on thermals

    17. The lions on top of the pillars are laying down with the lamb, and Sillick Farm breathes softly in the quiet drift of the morning, but Alex is intent on one thing only, on the hauling-in of the long line of revenge

    18. He watches as Alex motions down the line of the hedge towards the pillars

    19. Eyes meet, cold and grey under the cloudless pillars of ozone

    20. ‘Have you any commitments at church this weekend? I’m not going to risk upsetting Peter by stealing one of the pillars of his church from him at the most important festival of the church’s year!’

    21. Along small feeder streams was a type of life with polyps of leaves in pillars of limestone

    22. He was so fond of dragons that all his clothes had embroidered dragons, and his columns and pillars also had engraved dragons

    23. Two great living shaftwoods as the pillars between the street and the brook

    24. A small movement across the strings and green rivers of molten sound flowed down from the four pillars of the roof, while bass notes began rocking in red and green checkerboards on the floor

    25. From one end of the hall to the other -- well over five hundred feet -- the multicolored windows filled the northern wall, their panes of color and pictures of heroes only briefly interrupted by pillars of polished marble stretching from the floor to the ceiling

    26. have found the ones who “seem to be pillars” in the Church (see

    27. Why did they seem to be the pillars in the Church? I

    28. The two hundred foot sides are stone block structural partitions with modern cast crystal pillars running thru every forty feet

    29. The trees that were pillars for the first three floors had grown wild up here, then had been sawed off when the area was covered over with that bridge

    30. So the group, hand in hand skirted the heights of the mount, or tried to, for the rocks seemed to getting larger and the pathway steeper, until squeezing between huge boulder pillars they reached the summit

    31. It was above the buildings below with great pillars of crystal holding all of it up

    32. He saw no seams, it all seemed to be carved from one mountain of granite and floated into position atop the crystal pillars

    33. “These are the pillars

    34. A row of black pillars lined the room’s center

    35. Identical in shape and design, the pillars were roughly three feet in diameter, and rose from the room’s floor to the ceiling (which was over twenty standard feet tall)

    36. Two pillars into the chamber, Ollius saw the group of Magi – what was left of them

    37. Anon’s flesh became flame, stretching towards the tops of the pillars

    38. Helez was watching him as she leaned against one of the pillars, her arms folded and a smile on her face

    39. It towered above them majestically as they got closer; a two story building with high, evenly-spaced pillars lining the façade

    40. Anyway, the rest of these notes seem to be a checklist of sorts: Gain free access to the frontier; Assemble tools for expedition; Narrow down location of Pillars

    41. He could barely make out the structure of the high steel pillars of the bridge that crossed the Monongahela River

    42. Before the walls were wooden pillars supporting the second story, and before them were long tables on each side

    43. Before him the mock-Roman pillars, grandiose and slightly forbidding

    44. Long, razor-sharp beaks and claws slashed out windows, ripped apart pillars

    45. Jupiter’s statue had crashed through the ornate pillars on one side, causing the heavy oak woodwork to fall

    46. ’ Stone pillars were torn apart with weaves of Fire and Air

    47. He may not be able to tie up many people or demons with flows of Air, but he could turn a horde of Rokhal into pillars of flame with little effort

    48. Obama, demented socialist that he is, nevertheless understands that in order to transform America into a socialist state, he and his leftist cohorts must successfully destroy the three pillars of American liberty: Individual Liberty, Economic Liberty, and Constitutional Liberty

    49. Our military is under the command of Democrat fascists, the three pillars of which are corruption, incompetence, and tyranny

    50. The procession halted outside an enormous tent that used three Maranell Trees as central pillars

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