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It stood on five floors and had an enormous frontage.
There are now fifty docks and basins with a frontage of six miles.
Just a few minutes later, the taxi drew up at the grimy frontage of what was.
Pulling from the gravel onto the frontage road, he made his way towards the freeway entrance.
The river, swollen and brown, slid past Wemyss's frontage very quickly that day, for there had been much rain.
It hadn’t used it’s trunks as part of the front wall as well as some, and it didn’t have canal frontage.
Presently Tulip, followed by Mr Hutton in the hands of the two troopers, appeared around the frontage of the building.

As you can see, Your Eminence, Symkyn continued, Kaitswyrth’s total frontage is broader than he’d like, I’m sure.
Its impressive glass and brick frontage was a testament to the man who had built it up to the respected global giant it was today.
The effect of the frontage is completed by the cupola of the auditorium, topped with a cap of bronze sparingly adorned with gilding.
Two acres, nearly 200 feet of ocean frontage on one side, and the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway on the other, with a 50-foot boat dock.
With its blood red frontage it offers everything that I look for in an establishment that places equal emphasis on drink as it does food.
Instead, Terraroja had arranged his dinosaur knights in a formation much wider than it was deep, giving it more than twice the frontage of Ironstar’s force.
Its frontage is altered not only by the blackout, but also by boxy silhouettes in places where there shouldn’t be any and gaping vacancies where there should.
Since our present frontage is only sixty miles wide, the respective divisional logistic and administrative points should be easily able to continue on without redeploying.
Forming up in a frontage of five persons, with Nancy in the center of the front rank, the group of dignitaries on foot started following at a slow march the procession of carriages.
It was an old newspaper clipping showing the frontage of Hatton Garden Jewellers with a guy wearing a pair of jeans and a very familiar leather jacket who was casually passing the shop.
Still, I made it happen, and I’m proud to say that over the years, I’ve purchased and converted it into a protected ecological preserve with over 500 acres of land and nearly three miles of ocean frontage.
A tropical paradise with three miles of ocean frontage, tropical rainforests, waterfalls, and extraordinary diving and snorkeling sights, Namale Resort and Spa hosts only 20 couples at a time, with over 125 staff to serve them.
The small whitewashed building with several rocking chairs along the porch shaded by a centuries-old oak tree was situated on a dirt frontage road about one hundred feet off the two-lane road that was the main thoroughfare leading into the backwater towns and swamps of the area.
By comparing these the style can be entirely recovered; and we see that both the small columns in the palace, and those five feet thick in the river frontage, were in imitation of bundles of reeds, bound with inscribed bands, with leafage on base and on capital, and groups of ducks hung up around the neck.
The battle once begun, its very various changes,—the resistance of Hougomont; the tenacity of La Haie-Sainte; the killing of Bauduin; the disabling of Foy; the unexpected wall against which Soye's brigade was shattered; Guilleminot's fatal heedlessness when he had neither petard nor powder sacks; the miring of the batteries; the fifteen unescorted pieces overwhelmed in a hollow way by Uxbridge; the small effect of the bombs falling in the English lines, and there embedding themselves in the rain-soaked soil, and only succeeding in producing volcanoes of mud, so that the canister was turned into a splash; the uselessness of Pire's demonstration on Braine-l'Alleud; all that cavalry, fifteen squadrons, almost exterminated; the right wing of the English badly alarmed, the left wing badly cut into; Ney's strange mistake in massing, instead of echelonning the four divisions of the first corps; men delivered over to grape-shot, arranged in ranks twenty-seven deep and with a frontage of two hundred; the frightful.

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