three-decker


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three-decker

a warship with guns on three decks
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

three-decker

A pulpit for a meetinghouse with the clerk’s desk at the bottom, the reader’s desk above it, and the pulpit on top.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Victorian era also saw the creation of new markets: the three-decker novel, magazines that published fiction, cheap editions and the proliferation of lending libraries.
7 destroyed an unoccupied three-decker at 61 Arlington St.
Paul Collyer, who has done three-decker renovation projects in Worcester and is a member of the Chandler Business Association, said the cost of installing sprinkler systems -- it can run between $20,000 to $30,000 -- coupled with other fire codes and the lead paint law is pretty much making it "financially irresponsible'' for most to buy a three-decker and rehab it.
Deputy Chief Gardell said the blaze in the boarded-up three-decker roared for about an hour in temperatures that felt like minus 18 degrees when factoring in the wind chill.
WORCESTER -- A two-alarm fire said to have originated behind a couch caused extensive damage to a three-decker at 39 Litchfield St.
In 1956, when our "Then'' photo was taken, this section of Main South, once called New Worcester, was a mixture of early high-density city apartments and the family housing known as the three-decker, as well as businesses and industries that supported the residents.
WORCESTER -- Residents of a Main South three-decker were forced out of their home Saturday night by a fire that broke out in the walls of the building's second floor.
A four-alarm fire earlier in the night had destroyed the three-decker just down the street at 44-46 Cohasse St., so Ms.
Creedon Sr., the catering company began as a diner on the ground floor of a Quinsigamond Village three-decker. It grew to become a substantial family-run catering and tent-and-equipment rental company in a 30,000-square-foot warehouse powered entirely by solar panels, with a staff of as many as 60 employees during its busy spring-fall season.
WORCESTER -- The weight of snow on the roof on three-decker at 142 Eastern Ave.
WORCESTER -- A fire in the attic of a three-decker at 6 Loxwood St.
WORCESTER -- A two-alarm fire in a three-decker at 80 Gage St.