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The wonderful church, with its low domes and bristling embroideries, the mystery of its mosaic and sculpture, looking ghostly in the tempered gloom, and the sea breeze passed between the twin columns of the Piazzetta, the lintels of a door no longer guarded, as gently as if a rich curtain were swaying there.
270-285) Next, there was a city of men with goodly towers; and seven gates of gold, fitted to the lintels, guarded it.
I turned to run down again towards the vault, where I might find the new entrance, but at the moment there seemed to come a violent puff of wind, and the door to the winding stair blew to with a shock that set the dust from the lintels flying.
He agreed that we knew something in that way, but inquired how I should have gone to work in getting up the imposts on the lintels of even the little palace at Carnac.
It has crept, as if for shelter, into the lintels of the great door--under it, into the corners of the windows, into every chink and crevice of retreat, and there wastes and dies.
I would write on the lintels of the door-post, *Whim*.
Lintel is to offer overseas students and migrant workers the opportunity to set up a bank account quickly, with most of the process, including checking personal information, completed before the person arrives in the UK.
The best solution is to fit timber along the lintel that is fixed at each end to the brickwork at the end of the concrete lintel.
Best solution is to use grab adhesive to fit a strip of timber along the lintel.
The lintel machine feed chute was modified to accommodate the door from the Rapid Mixer.
A replica of the lintel on display at the Pearle L.