storey frasi

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Frasi con storey (in inglese)

  1. From the very top storey.
  2. Ahead stood a two storey.
  3. The room was second storey.
  4. The only two storey building.
  5. I mounted up to my fifth storey.

  6. He had to mount to the third storey.
  7. And now the third storey had been reached.
  8. The view from the top storey of the car park.
  9. He ran back to the lower storey and tried the door.
  10. A single storey garage squatted beside a roundabout.
  11. Tell me, for God's sake, is there another storey?
  12. It came out of the third storey; for it passed overhead.
  13. The Stores was a huge five storey building with wings.
  14. So remember, Potchinkov’s house on the third storey….
  15. The living quarters were in the timber-built upper storey.

  16. It looked innocuous enough – a two storey brick building.
  17. The houses were single storey, made of local stone and brick.
  18. On reaching the third storey of the hotel I experienced a shock.
  19. That is success storey in every sense as far as a conspiracy goes.
  20. And there was the fourth storey, here was the door, here was the.
  21. Under the Storey Bridge is the nearest I got to class in Brisbane.
  22. They had bought themselves a three storey house overlooking the sea.
  23. She reached the third storey, turned down the passage, and rang at No.
  24. The whole second storey of the house on the left was used as a tavern.
  25. They both went up the steps and ascended the stairs to the third storey.

  26. It was a medium-sized palace, with an imposing entrance and an upper storey.
  27. He was lying on the roof of an elevator shaft at the top of an eight storey.
  28. But on the fourth storey (he had mastered the trap now and was triumphant).
  29. At least the thin trees, in front of the three storey flats were still there.
  30. Quickly Sam passed the door and hurried on to the second storey, dreading at.
  31. He pointed at a building, just looked like a three storey apartment building.
  32. Smith found the shopping centre and parked his car in the multi storey car park.
  33. Here was the flat on the second storey where Nikolay and Dmitri had been working.
  34. You will find him upstairs, in the upper storey management office of the warehouse.
  35. The house was a single storey construction with a low front door and small windows.
  36. And there was the fourth storey, here was the door, here was the flat opposite, the empty one.
  37. At the corner of the street, from a lower storey, rose a kind of humming with strident modulations.
  38. My goodness, I have friends too, who live on the third storey, and their windows look on to the street.
  39. Spread out from the road flanking the lake were buildings, single storey log houses with stone chimneys.
  40. Still a few photons coming from a single direction directly ahead eventually tell the entire storey of a.
  41. He has to bend backwards a lot so he can speak to it, because its mouth is as high as a five storey house.
  42. All these relics gave to the third storey of Thornfield Hall the aspect of a home of the past: a shrine of.
  43. It had only one storey, but it had the same narrow windows, and it was built of ugly pale bricks, badly laid.
  44. Mounting the dirty and narrow stairs indicated, as far as the third storey, he suddenly became aware of someone crying.
  45. Within this improvised wall was a mass of prefabricated one and two storey buildings and the occasional home-made shed.
  46. We mounted the first staircase, passed up the gallery, proceeded to the third storey: the low, black door, opened by Mr.
  47. The house I’m standing in front of has Victorian influences with the typical balcony that runs over the entire storey.
  48. It was a double storey house, with an elegant mountain house touch with branches of lush green trees holding it gracefuly.
  49. Turning the corner of the L-shaped dead end street, they finally stopped in front of a stone and brick, four storey building.
  50. He hesitated no longer; but opened the glazed door at the bottom of the outer stairs and made his way up to the second storey.
  51. It was practically unscathed by the Devastation because it stood low behind a hill into which the one storey building was built.
  52. The cart soon stopped in front of a long, single storey house made of wood and stone and situated in the center of the fortress.
  53. The four storey gabled front with its large glazed conservatory gave the impression that this was no public funded establishment.
  54. The carriage is so high above the platform that you'd need to be a bit of a mountaineer to reach the second storey, if steps weren't provided.
  55. The hotel was a rambling collection of single storey wooden huts or dormitories for men and for women, strange to Jean but comfortable enough.
  56. We just don’t know what would happen with an oil spill in the midst of Great Lakes winter ice (Storey, Coast Guard Prepared…, 1990).
  57. It is a beautiful house - two storey, detached and standing in its own grounds … the gravel drive large enough for at least six cars to park in.
  58. Arrived at her own house, Varia heard a considerable commotion going on in the upper storey, and distinguished the voices of her father and brother.
  59. Madame Grandet remained on the landing of the first storey to hear the conversation that was about to take place between the goodman and his nephew.
  60. He glided up the gallery and up the stairs, and stopped in the dark, low corridor of the fateful third storey: I had followed and stood at his side.
  61. There was practically nothing left intact of the imposing nine storey building, now reduced to a giant pile of bricks and stones that burned fiercely.
  62. But with the young lady there was to come as dowry a house, and though it was a nasty little wooden house of one storey, yet it was property of a kind.
  63. We drove a kilometre or so away from the main business area and parked in a treeless street flanked by featureless, five storey, beige apartment blocks.
  64. All these thoughts passed through my mind during the few moments that, having left the old lady's rooms, I was ascending to my own room on the top storey.
  65. Here the earl lived in a traditional keep, with ground-floor storerooms, a great hall above, and a small upper storey for the earl’ s private bedchamber.
  66. The house, an architecturally conventional two storey single-family building, had a well-kept garden with grass and flowerbeds and a large variety of flowers.
  67. He went into the house, passed through the gateway, then into the first entrance on the right, and began mounting the familiar staircase to the fourth storey.
  68. Under the same roof in the same flat on the same fourth storey lived two young men, colleagues in the service, Arkady Ivanovitch Nefedevitch and Vasya Shumkov.
  69. It had a great hole in the middle of the floor, fenced as with a wall of counters, and down this wide shaft the lifts went, and the light for the bottom storey.
  70. But on the fourth storey" (he had mastered the trap now and was triumphant) "I remember now that someone was moving out of the flat opposite Alyona Ivanovna's.
  71. Maybe come back in a few months when the heat dies down Chris was lying through his back teeth and hoped that his storey sounded plausible enough to convince Ruth.
  72. As he pushes open his front door the timer on the landing light clicks and the bare light bulb hanging from the faded glory of the servants' storey ceiling rose snuffs out.
  73. Then my sole relief was to walk along the corridor of the third storey, backwards and forwards, safe in the silence and solitude of the spot, and allow my mind’s eye to.
  74. The back garden is a mess of churned lawn, clearly the fallout of the builders who built the single storey extension on the back of the house covering what used to be a patio.
  75. This Anton Antonitch lived on the fourth storey in a house in Five Corners, in four low-pitched rooms, one smaller than the other, of a particularly frugal and sallow appearance.
  76. I wonder why my parent’s three storey house which is subjected to renovation every six months; and is an enormous example of style and lifestyle is not the house of my fantasies.
  77. As I was going upstairs I noticed at the door of the flat, on the third storey, two young men, and thought they had rung the bell before I came and were waiting for the door to be opened.
  78. A two storey apartment with a wide staircase leading to the upper floor, with salons, kitchens and bathrooms on both floors, the main reception area below and the bedrooms on the upper level.
  79. Towering over the entire community on the highest plateau of the valley was a long, very ornate three storey house, an imposing mansion with an enormous entrance at the top of a twin flight of steps.
  80. He soon found the house, and was just going in at the front door, when the figure of a dandy in an overcoat darted forward right in front of him, passed him and went up the stairs to the third storey.
  81. Having found in the corner of the courtyard the entrance to the dark and narrow staircase, he mounted to the second floor and came out into a gallery that ran round the whole second storey over the yard.
  82. Another time I followed him to his flat, and for ten kopecks learned from the porter where he lived, on which storey, whether he lived alone or with others, and so on—in fact, everything one could learn from a porter.
  83. It looked much as Daniel had imagined it; single storey possibly about ten or eleven feet high under a pitched roof and, on the north side halfway along its length, a squat, square tower protruding just above the ridge of the roof.
  84. Your Excellency, my wife—it is all her fault; that is, it is my fault: I suspected her; I knew that an assignation had been arranged here—here upstairs; I intercepted a letter, made a mistake about the storey and got under the bed.
  85. Golyadkin got out of the carriage, begged the driver to be sure to wait and with a sinking heart ran upstairs to the third storey and pulled the bell; the door was opened and our hero found himself in the entry of his Excellency’s flat.
  86. The ladies slowly followed Razumihin, who went on before, and when they reached the landlady's door on the fourth storey, they noticed that her door was a tiny crack open and that two keen black eyes were watching them from the darkness within.
  87. She lived quite independently in the house, that is to say, though on the same storey and in the same flat as the Fanariotovs she had two rooms completely apart, so that I, for instance, never once met any of the family as I went in or came out.
  88. It’s always best to get bad news over and done with, he thinks, as they walk out into the lane and turn left towards the courtyard where the Lexus is parked, doors ajar, and the sound of shouting echoes from inside the upper storey of the old barn.
  89. I briefly related to him what had transpired: the strange laugh I had heard in the gallery: the step ascending to the third storey; the smoke,—the smell of fire which had conducted me to his room; in what state I had found matters there, and how I had deluged him with all the water I could lay hands on.
  90. Here then I was in the third storey, fastened into one of its mystic cells; night around me; a pale and bloody spectacle under my eyes and hands; a murderess hardly separated from me by a single door: yes—that was appalling—the rest I could bear; but I shuddered at the thought of Grace Poole bursting out upon me.
  91. Presently, we were all led to divers Apartments in the newly renovated Rustick (the second Storey being reserv’d for visits of State—at least, ’twas so intended), but as we walkt along the Corridors ’twas plain to see that the House was in great Disarray, and Pieces of Furniture stood ev’rywhere, drap’d in Linen.
  92. He meant to stand at the door, to reflect prudently on his next step, to be rather cautious, and then to determine upon some decisive course of action; but at that very minute a carriage rumbled up to the entrance, the doors were flung open noisily, and heavy footsteps began ascending to the third storey to the sound of coughing and clearing of the throat.
  93. However, on this night, she set fire first to the hangings of the room next her own, and then she got down to a lower storey, and made her way to the chamber that had been the governess’s—(she was like as if she knew somehow how matters had gone on, and had a spite at her)—and she kindled the bed there; but there was nobody sleeping in it, fortunately.
  94. I scarce recogniz’d the Place—’twas so changed! Perhaps ’tis true, that all the Houses of our Youth are changed, but in this case, the whole Gothick Edifice had been cover’d with a prodigious Scaffolding, and ’neath it rose the Façade of a new Palladian House, with Columns and Pediments, and rusticated lower Storey, and large Square Windows—sixteen across at least—and Grecian Gods and Goddesses ascending from the Pediment and Roof into the frigid Wiltshire Air! O it seem’d that Lord Bellars had thought better of his Plans to pull down the whole Pile and had decided rather to cover the Gothick Front with a Palladian one! O Folly! O Fashion! The Gardens, too, were changed, tho’ not entirely, for a Great Work had been begun and then abandon’d, as ’twere, in Medias Res.
  95. Not to inherit by right of primogeniture, gavelkind or borough English, or possess in perpetuity an extensive demesne of a sufficient number of acres, roods and perches, statute land measure (valuation 42 pounds), of grazing turbary surrounding a baronial hall with gatelodge and carriage drive nor, on the other hand, a terracehouse or semidetached villa, described as Rus in Urbe or Qui si sana , but to purchase by private treaty in fee simple a thatched bungalowshaped 2 storey dwellinghouse of southerly aspect, surmounted by vane and lightning conductor, connected with the earth, with porch covered by parasitic plants (ivy or Virginia creeper), halldoor, olive green, with smart carriage finish and neat doorbrasses, stucco front with gilt tracery at eaves and gable, rising, if possible, upon a gentle eminence with agreeable prospect from balcony with stone pillar parapet over unoccupied and unoccupyable interjacent pastures and standing in 5 or 6 acres of its own ground, at such a distance from the nearest public thoroughfare as to render its houselights visible at night above and through a quickset hornbeam hedge of topiary cutting, situate at a given point not less than 1 statute mile from the periphery of the metropolis, within a time limit of not more than 15 minutes from tram or train line (e.

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