• A private entrance available to the royal family was accessible by a decorative exterior bridge linking the chapel to the raised embankment upon which Manampisoa stood.
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  • A replica 30 feet (9.1 m) tall stood atop the Liberty Warehouse on West 64th Street in Manhattan for many years; it now resides at the Brooklyn Museum.
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  • A small farm on the outskirts of Lancaster, California, stood in for the Wineville chicken ranch.
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  • According to local legend, a hanging tree once stood at the junction of the two roads, and those who died there still haunt the area.
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  • As soldiers approached the sacristy, one of the young sons of defender Anthony Wolf stood to pull a blanket over his shoulders.
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  • As temple decoration illustrates, all ceremonies were, in theory, acts by the king, and priests merely stood in his place.
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  • By 28 November, the German 7th Panzer Division had seized a bridgehead across the Moscow-Volga Canal—the last major obstacle before Moscow—and stood less than 35 km (22 mi) from the Kremlin; but a powerful counterattack by the 1st Shock Army drove them back across the canal.
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  • Country Road 1195 which runs along the lake, is also called Pyramid Street and is a few hundred feet from where the Pyramid would have stood.
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  • Diefenbaker objected to what he saw as an attempt to rig the party's choice of new leader and stood for the leadership himself.
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  • During this time, a small chapel stood on the site to serve the local townships of Oldham, Chadderton, Royton and Crompton.
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  • First team coach Ian McParland stood in as caretaker manager for two matches, including a semi-final first leg win in the League Cup against Arsenal, before Paul Jewell took the role on permanently in mid-January 2011.
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  • Government officials stood on trucks, using loudspeakers to call out above the noise, urging the Buddhists—primarily high school and university students who had arrived on bicycles—to disperse.
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  • Had Webster succeeded in completing the deal with John Church to sell Thomas' furniture, she stood to gain the equivalent of two to three years' worth of wages.
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  • He stood on a bridge or raised platform with stairs and had a pile of fist-sized stones to lob at his adversaries and keep them at bay.
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  • Her godparents were Duke Gustav of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (her paternal great-great-uncle, for whom Prince Albert stood proxy); The Duchess of Saxe-Meiningen (for whom her great-aunt Queen Adelaide stood proxy); and The Hereditary Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (her first cousin once-removed, for whom her mother The Duchess of Cambridge stood proxy).
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  • In 1442, he built a large dwelling called Osborne Hall, which stood for 300 years.
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  • In 1916, the congregation eliminated the observance of the eighth days of Passover and Sukkot, required all worshipers to stand when mourners stood to recite the kaddish, and restored the Orthodox practice of blessing and naming babies in the synagogue as part of the services.
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  • In 1935, MacDonald stood down as Prime Minister, taking Baldwin's post as Lord President of the Council, and Baldwin became Prime Minister for the third time.
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  • In 1935, MacDonald stood down as Prime Minister, while Baldwin became Prime Minister for the third time.
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  • In another Times editorial on November 10, 1885, the paper continued to assail not only the residents of Rock Springs who were involved in the violence, but those who stood by and let the mob continue its behavior.
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  • It was unveiled in 1970 and stood in the grounds of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba for 23 years.
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  • Klenau's Corps stood about 8 kilometers (5 mi) ahead of the main Austrian force.
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  • Missouri stood out of Hampton Roads on 11 September 1952 and arrived at Yokosuka on 17 October.
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  • New Jersey stood out of Norfolk 7 September 1955 for her first tour of duty with the United States Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean.
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  • On the second ballot, Bryan still stood second, but had gained as other candidates had fallen away.
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