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It has a frontage of one hundred feet on the Via Appia, and an extension in agro of two hundred and thirty feet.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
It has a frontage of seventy-four feet on Main street, and is sixty-five feet deep.
THE BAY STATE MONTHLY, VOL. II, NO. 6, MARCH, 1885VARIOUS
It had a high wall frontage of about three hundred and fifty feet.
THE DAFFODIL MYSTERYEDGAR WALLACE
A hole was dug in the ground, with a frontage toward the wind.
THE BANNER BOY SCOUTS ON A TOURGEORGE A. WARREN
It is a long log and frame building, situate on the south side of the road, with a porch extending along its entire frontage.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
The Exposition area covers 635 acres of ground, having a frontage of two miles on the bay immediately inside of the Golden Gate.
THE UNITED SEASROBERT W. ROGERS
It was still in good condition and Cameron held three hundred acres of the river frontage there.
THE PIONEERSKATHARINE SUSANNAH PRICHARD
That means the frontage will have to be in the little back street behind, on the shady side.
DRY FISH AND WETANTHON BERNHARD ELIAS NILSEN
There was a sixty-foot frontage of that shed on the Avenue, and I saw right off that it was just a natural signboard.
LETTERS FROM A SELF-MADE MERCHANT TO HIS SONGEORGE HORACE LORIMER
A long frontage of lamp-lit quays was on our left, with here and there the vague hull of a steamer alongside.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO FRONTAGE

  • building front
  • face
  • front
  • front view
  • frontage
  • frontal
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