Stone house

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Stone house

A house constructed entirely of stone.
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Shadows remain of the Marylanders laying underneath the blades of ice skaters that once glided over the ruins of the Old Stone House and skaters that now glide over patriot graves on the battlefield of Guan Heights.
They're inside the gates" (366), suggesting that the fortified exterior of the old stone house has been breached by politics and behavior that the Swede cannot reconcile with his fantasy of domestic stability.
Then we discover that she and her parents live with three very unusual talking cats--Harvey, Leopold, and Horatio--in an extraordinary old stone house. When Olive finds some old glasses, she discovers that they make the paintings hanging in her house become magical.
The old stone house sits in ruins next to a stream.
David Korins' romantic set (bathed in Justin Townsend's limpid lighting) of an old stone house in bucolic Bucks County is an authentic American version of those Russian country estates that represent heaven-on-earth to characters in Chekhov's plays.
The old stone house works particularly well for sharing families, having two double bedrooms for grown-ups, bunk beds for kids and three bathrooms.
The show, just in time for Halloween, is the culmination of a year-long residency at the Old Stone House in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
He owned and operated the Old Stone House Game Farm in Thompson in the 1970's.
Here a new generation affected by 'the Change' tells of Rudi, who completes a trek across the land once known as America and who finds the only house standing in Nantucket is a strange old stone house, where a sword of unusual powers awaits him.
I've got an old stone house where the temperature remains fairly constant.
The work at the Jacobs comes largely from Rich's personal collection, which was expanded hugely two years ago when a workman doing remodeling at the old stone house in New York fell through a ceiling and discovered what is now called the "secret vault," a closet-size room, with no doors, into which were sealed about nine cartons' worth of artwork and correspondence.
I live in a big old stone house with walls a metre thick.