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The streetscape below, with wood-frame retail pavilions and green space, is designed to appeal to people and keep them around when the workday ends.
After dozens of public meetings and presentations, the Smithsonian altered the plan, restoring the entry pavilions and promising the Haupt garden would be retained.
Standing under a pavilion in this small town, Espy spoke of progress and unity before working the crowd as dozens lined up for grilled hamburgers.
The northern pavilion remains, and is occupied by Louis Vuitton.
There was even a socially distanced Fourth of July pig roast on its sprawling outdoor pavilion.
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He made right for the King's pavilion, and, shouting his war-cry, actually 'cut two or three of its cords.'
At the back of the pavilion there was a secret door in the panelling, the key of which the Consul always carried in his pocket.
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The next time the fruit disappeared, I found a banana all smashed up in Kari's pavilion.
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With one wild scream the monkey jumped off my shoulder, climbed up the pavilion post and disappeared on the roof.
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It was honoured by the presence of their majesties, who partook of a banquet in a pavilion erected on the bridge.

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