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This church is a parallelogram, without east or west windows or aisles, and is built upon a fine groined crypt.
It is in the shape of a parallelogram, surrounded by a wooden wall pierced with openings through which arrows may be discharged.
Then down the sky, in a whizzing parallelogram, came a band of canvasbacks, with long red heads and necks and gray-white backs.
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It has but one door—by no means a wide one—which is at one end of the parallelogram, and but two windows, which are at the other.
Like most Roman cities Aoste was laid out on the rectangular parallelogram plan, an aspect which it still retains.
Friedrich's main magazine is now at Pardubitz, the extreme northeast angle of the parallelogram.
In the other hand you see an object about eight inches in length, of the form of a parallelogram, and of a dark brown colour.
This design, then, produces less lift for weight of surface than would the same surface if arranged as a parallelogram.
At the same time there was to be on the ground a parallelogram of holes with a sort of goal, or “home,” at two corners.
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The cantonment was in the form of a parallelogram, with the Bimaru heights running along, and protecting, the northern side.
FORTY-ONE YEARS IN INDIAFREDERICK SLEIGH ROBERTS

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