1 She walked back through Wilmette and Evanston, discovered new forms of suburban architecture, and remembered her desire to recreate villages.
2 Perhaps he'd create some entirely new form of architecture.
3 But the little man suggested that the architecture of Gopher Prairie was haphazard, and that it was sottish to let the lake-front be monopolized by the cinder-heaped wall of the railroad embankment.
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4 Tis but indifferent architecture to make a blind dome; here's one.
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5 He escorted them to the house, which was one of a long row of the typical frame dwellings of the neighborhood, where architecture is a luxury that is dispensed with.
6 Sleary himself, a stout modern statue with a money-box at its elbow, in an ecclesiastical niche of early Gothic architecture, took the money.
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7 Holmes walked slowly, taking keen note of the architecture of the house.
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8 There were some really curious pieces of mediaeval domestic architecture within.
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9 I began to recognize our own pretty and familiar architecture, the thousands hand ran back to the starting-point, the night and day flapped slower and slower.
10 Not an unevenness of the ground, not a caprice in the architecture, not a fold.
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11 Cement was lacking, of course, but, as in the case of certain Roman walls, without interfering with its rigid architecture.
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12 The masterpiece of Jesuit architecture is at Namur.
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13 I now glanced sideways at this piece of architecture.
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14 We came at length to the house, which was indeed a noble structure, built according to the best rules of ancient architecture.
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15 Drummle, an old-looking young man of a heavy order of architecture, was whistling.
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