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When she first spotted them on Monday, the 5-foot-3 retiree grabbed her cane and began shaking it at the birds, yelling at them to shoo from the railings of her wooden deck.
Josh Harrison and Yadiel Hernández both leaned over the railing, smacked it with open palms and yelled, too.
A behemoth of a meteorite sits on a raised platform, unprotected by railings or glass—the sign even tells you that it’s okay to touch it.
While on an observation deck at their hotel, Bloom leaned against a faulty balcony railing and fell through it, landing 20 feet below on the concrete ground.
Instead of having the humans doing the floor cleaning, they have the humans doing the fittings in the bathroom or the handles on the doors and the railings, and they just let the robot do the floors.
Afterward, he leaned his elbows on a railing inside a rotunda in the building and looked down at a smooth marble floor below.
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Her thin and narrow hands held the balcony railing rather tightly.
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Passing through the twisted iron railing they reached the path, and thence made their way to the road, shining white in the night.
Nigel drew back, and she stepped out upon the balcony, where Baroudi was leaning upon the railing, looking over the sunlit Nile.
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The host, not to be outdone, was sitting with his feet on the railing of the stove, but as far from the spittoon as possible.
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