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Tackling Weather in LSAs
And those who've gazed down from the top of the equipment ziggurat—that would be airline pilots—tend to be not that interested in slumming down to something less if a little weather is in the offing.
Spartan's Poker Flats gold prospect is located within the Carlin-Rain region, and the Ziggurat gold prospect is located within the Round Mountain-Northumberland Mining District.
The Queen has her place, but so do the Pellans
Instead of spiritually soaring, it squatted on its site like a giant ziggurat, dark and alienating. Most disappointing of all was the enormous entrance hall, a vast cold space with a huge intimidating wall that confronted all who entered the building.
Chris Owen interviews: Celia Clark
Z is represented by the Tricornesque Ziggurat office block in Toronto. But why has the 68-year-old, one of the founders of the Portsmouth Society in 1973 and now its president, taken this step? The clue is the letter A.
Governments Kill
The same can be said of presidents who, in the foreign policy sphere, sit on top of a different but equally immense ziggurat. *John Feffer is the co-director of Foreign Policy In Focus (www.fpif.

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Ziggurat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ziggurats. Temples were originally built on platforms. During the third millennium B.
Our word ziggurat is derived from ziqqurratu, which can be translated as "rising building" (Akkadian zaqâru, "to rise high"). Some of them rose very high indeed.
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Ziggurats - Crystalinks
Ziggurats were a form of temple common to the Sumerians, Babylonians and Assyrians of ancient Mesopotamia.

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