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It's an atrium that sweeps irregularly up through the middle of the building, where it will help both air and people circulate.
High-intensity radiation suddenly sweeps in from across the universe, in a spherical pattern focused on a point in space.
The pressure at a fixed point swings from low to high and back as the sound wave sweeps by.
It makes interesting reading, however things should be looked at thoroughly before any panic sweeps.
If another storm sweeps through, the devastation could be unimaginable.
Now, as the financial crisis sweeps across the world, those reforms are going into reverse.
Crime sweeps the streets, corruption brims from every political office, and unemployment swamps the educated few.
Electricity, meanwhile, is delivered via a conductive brush that sweeps across a metal ring in the stationary base.
Yes, this is a crusade and it sweeps tyrants and others before it.
The bid teams met in secret locations and used code words and security sweeps for bugs, to try to prevent leaks.
Electricity, meanwhile, is delivered via a conductive brush that sweeps around a metal ring in the stationary base.
However, if you set them a verbal challenge, a frisson sweeps through them.
She started back, a shudder ran through her frame as a ripple on the face of the still water when a sudden breeze sweeps over it.
If there is grandeur in you, you will find grandeur in porters and sweeps.
The shout goes up as a great shadow sweeps over our boat.
She sweeps the floor of the chum with three raven wings.
It destroys his pocket digital camera, dislocates his shoulder, and nearly sweeps him away.
The fire bends back on itself, toward vast sweeps of trees, ready fuel.
It wasn't unpleasant to watch, but seemed as contrived as a sweeps-month stunt.
Selective sweeps may have been more important in the evolution of some other species, though.
As it spins, the star sweeps up gas surrounding in its magnetic field.
The wind comes from over the ocean, and sweeps in over the land.
As the planet sweeps through this material it slows its orbit.
High-intensity radiation suddenly sweeps in from across the universe, in a spherical pattern focused on a point in space.
As the furrow sweeps onward, cells two and five take shape next to each cell eight.
Maybe then there's a high tide, or another storm sweeps through, and the trees and resin are buried in the lagoon's sediments.
Here's a little nostalgic trivia to start the sweeps.
Automatic sweeps are more expensive and can require a small pause once door is unlatched before retracting.
Every decade or so, a fad comes out of nowhere and sweeps the world.
Nursing home sweeps find residents with arrest warrants.

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