As the agrarian answers to the foundation, so does rotation to the superstructures.
Just the sighing of wind through the superstructures of a hundred ships, the whispering of waves against rusted bulkheads.
In the casemates housing the smaller guns in the superstructures and on the deck below are similar though smaller groups.
Her superstructures look like the ruins of a town after an earthquake, and several large holes gape in her sides.
There are the foundations laid by the Romans, with the superstructures of the Visigoths and the battlements of later periods.
I repeat, the hull, because there are above the hull the decks of the superstructures of which we need not take account.
The expense of these foundations for building frequently exceeds that of their superstructures.
The red-coated marines assembled on the superstructures, and began a rapid fire at the balloon, hoping to burst it.
When the superstructures crumble, the common foundation of human sentience and imagination is exposed beneath.