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1 Just a few hundred yards inside the complex, reporters were shown smoldering remnants of government buildings, enveloped by mounds of smashed concrete, twisted rebar and shards of metal.
2 The crew feathered (their OARS) for the last few yards of the race.
3 yards farther along, a wood-planked district police station encircled by razor wire sits off the road's left shoulder.
4 My friends continued, not knowing what I was up to, and found the actual water fountain about 200 yards further down the trail.
5 he pointed up the beach and told me his brother had landed a few hundred yards in that direction.
6 About three hundred yards farther on there is a turning to the left.
7 Well, like we say, it's easy if... No, you're right. It is easy. They should be able to score from 12 yards.
8 The upper and lower halves of the village then struggle against each other – by any means necessary – to carry the ball some 225 yards back to their respective riverbanks.
9 they had advanced about twenty yards, Danglars looked back and saw Fernand stoop, pick up the crumpled paper, and putting it into his pocket then rush out of the arbor towards Pillon.
10 At the bottom we turned into a corridor running the entire length of the building - a good 200 metres (218 yards).
11 boys procured some twine and borrowed a lure from their unsuspecting father, a three-inch metal spoon which they attached upside down and then threw into the water a few yards behind their boat.
12 7 130 yards - the shortest hole on the course may not look like more than a pitch shot but is actually an exacting test of skill and nerve!
13 This afternoon, the water off the New College of Florida campus was shallow enough at low tide that McClure could easily walk 100 yards offshore and cast his line in any direction.
14 yards from the house the smell was unbearable, the garbage-heap stench of hyenas, and he felt it tear into his lungs.
15 an American-Swedish tourist in Oslo, said he was fewer than 100 yards from the blast, which he described as deafening.
16 Now, I perceived he was not looking at the wall; for when I regarded him alone, it seemed exactly that he gazed at something within two yards' distance.
17 In NFL, the phrase is used to describe two or more players aligned shoulder to shoulder within two yards of each other.
18 Since the 14th century, celebrations in these countries have often included huge effigies (up to 3 yards tall) of historical, biblical, and sometimes contemporary figures. And dragons.
19 Green is 20 feet above the fairway and almost 50 yards deep so be careful on club selection!
20 The attacks took place close to President Goodluck Jonathan, as he was reviewing a parade a few hundred yards away in front of invited dignitaries.
21 He cited a newspaper article recounting that there are now 32 closed-circuit cameras within 200 yards of the London flat in which George Orwell wrote his book "1984".
22 yards - This mid-length par 5 will test your skill on each shot.
23 The heat-island effect, as it's known, could be reduced by as much as two degrees during the summer if enough paved yards turn grassy.
24 Mueller claims Sheen has been physically and verbally abusive towards her, and a judge ordered earlier in the day that Sheen must stay 100 yards away from Mueller and their children.
25 I throw it. It goes about twenty yards - hardly a threat to a running antelope.
26 The green is slightly elevated above fairway level and is only 15 yards deep, distance control is a must.
27 Seizing the opportunity, Baltimore's offense methodically controlled the ball and moved 80 yards on 13 plays.
28 As he teed up his shot from 12-yards out Vogts predictably sent him sprawling to the turf.
29 It was so with the vast railroad yards, with the crowded array of vessels she saw at the river, and the huge factories over the way, lining the water's edge.
30 Within a few hundred yards of it we find most of Londons best- known theatres and cinemas, the most famous restaurants and the most luxurious Nightclubs.