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  • It had been left quite as planned and constructed by the original builder of the house. Cited from Bertram Cope's Year, by Henry Blake Fuller
  • The second level was opened when the original builders found that the first level was no longer adequate.
  • They may have been used as signal stations by the red man centuries after the disappearance of their original builders. Cited from See America First, by Orville O. Hiestand
  • Yet the original builders had figured that their time so spent would yield large returns. Cited from The Submarine Boys and the Spies, by Victor G. Durham
  • At one point it was legally divided between two heirs of its original builder.
  • Some of the cost-cutting measures undertaken by the original builders came to light.
  • This was achieved partly by ensuring only the original builder could produce boats for the class.
  • The original builders and owners of the castle are unknown.
  • The original builder and any owners of the house prior to 1790 are unknown.
  • These inscriptions do not refer to the original builders of the temple.
  • Its residents, many of whom lived in the house for years, have primarily been from two different families, including the descendants of the original builder.
  • By virtue of observation of an architectural work, an individual may come to understand something about the original builder and his or her culture.
  • While many country houses are open to the public, they remain inhabited private houses, in some cases by the descendents of their original builders.
  • Part of the issue related to Meriton, the original builder, being locked out of the development.
  • Rowes Wharf, however, has carried its original builder's name since its inception.
  • No violent alteration in habits or needs distinguished its present occupants from its original builders. Cited from The Market-Place by Harold Frederic
  • He was the original builder and owner of what is still considered to be the tallest commercial building in Salem.
  • The damage is aggravated by the fact that the original builders of the ship 'cut corners' during her construction.
  • Local legend suggests that the original builders were prevented from raising it higher by the devil, who threw down their stones each night.
  • The original builders believed in strength through numbers as shown by the way this settlement was built, with the dwellings in close proximity to each other.
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