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esplanade

esplanade Sentence Examples

  • The river esplanade, 2 m.

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  • The esplanade and the public park are finely laid out; and portions of the sea are fenced in to protect bathers.

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  • Near the principal entrance to the esplanade stands Argyll's Lodging, erected about 1630 by the 1st earl of Stirling.

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  • The old quarter is united with the new town by a bridge which is continued in an esplanade leading to the basilica, the church of the Rosary and the Grotto, with its spring of healing water.

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  • The White House was built in1792-1799from designs by James Hoban, who closely followed the plans of the seats of the dukes of Leinster, near Dublin, and in 1902-1903, when new executive offices and a cabinet room were built and were connected with the White House by an esplanade, many of the original features of Hoban's plan were restored.

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  • It possesses assembly rooms, a literary and scientific institution, an esplanade, a pier and extensive recreation grounds.

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  • The "Praya" or esplanade, 50 ft.

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  • There is, however, a handsome esplanade between the town and the citadel, and a promenade by the seashore towards Castrades.

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  • One of the four is inhabited by the king, the second and third by the crown prince and other members of the royal family, while the fourth is occupied by the coronation and state rooms. The Ameliegade crosses the plads and, with the Bredgade, terminates at the esplanade outside the citadel, prolonged in the pleasant promenade of Lange Linie skirting the Sound.

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  • There is a good race-course and polo-ground, a fine cricket-ground on the esplanade, three golf courses, and several clubs.

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  • An esplanade extends for about 3 m., and public gardens have been laid out on Worlebury Hill, from the far end of which a long pier projects, linking the rocky islet of Birnbeck to the town.

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  • One of the four is inhabited by the king, the second and third by the crown prince and other members of the royal family, while the fourth is occupied by the coronation and state rooms. The Ameliegade crosses the plads and, with the Bredgade, terminates at the esplanade outside the citadel, prolonged in the pleasant promenade of Lange Linie skirting the Sound.

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  • An esplanade faces the sea along nearly the entire front of the town, and is lined with hotels, shops and dwelling-houses.

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  • The site of the old town slopes sharply upward from the harbour, to the west of which there extends an esplanade and modern residential quarter; for Penzance, with its mild climate, is in considerable favour as a health resort.

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  • An esplanade is built along the sea-wall, and the town possesses golf links and other recreation grounds.

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  • A wall and esplanade extend along the bottom of the cliffs, and there is a fine stretch of sandy beach.

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  • The esplanade and sea-wall front the North Sea, and there is a fine expanse of sand affording good bathing.

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  • An esplanade about 1 m.

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  • To the south of the esplanade is a pier of stone on wooden piles, and the Alexandra and other public gardens are attractive.

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  • Ath is famous for its gild of archers, whose butts are erected on the plain of the Esplanade in the centre of the town.

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  • In the southwest corner of the town is the esplanade, with an equestrian statue of the emperor William I., and monuments to Prince Frederick Charles and Marshal Ney, commanding a fine view of the "pays messin," a fertile plain lying to the south.

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  • There are several modern churches and chapels, numerous villas, a pier and a lift connecting the town with the esplanade beneath the cliff.

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  • Here are the barracks, officers' quarters, railway works, and an esplanade along the river front.

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  • In the centre of the esplanade is the governor-general's palace, occupying the site of the palace destroyed by the Mandists in 1885.

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  • At the western end of the esplanade are the zoological gardens, the chief hotel, the Coptic church ° and the Mudiria House (residence of the governor of Khartum).

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  • From the quay a broad esplanade has been constructed northwards round the bay, and there is an excellent golf course.

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  • The esplanade (where a Greek cathedral built in 1877-1884 now stands), the Wohrmann Park and the Imperial Park are much visited.

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  • The west end contains numerous handsome villas and a fine esplanade, i 2m.

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  • The great line of public offices along the esplanade and facing Back Bay, which are in the Gothic style mixed with Saracenic, are not individually distinguished for architectural merit, but they have a cumulative effect of great dignity.

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  • The Marina, or esplanade at the south of the town, affords a fine sea front with a view of the bay; near it are beautiful public gardens.

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  • It is one of the fortresses appointed by the Act of Union to be kept in a state of repair, and is approached from the esplanade, on which stands the colossal statue of Robert Bruce, erected in 1877.

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  • On a hill of lower elevation than the castle and separated from the esplanade by a depression styled the Valley - the tilting-ground of former times - a cemetery has been laid out.

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  • On the esplanade in front of Macduff Castle, still called the Playfield, took place in 1552 one of the first recorded performances of Sir David Lindsay's Ane Satyre of the Three Estaits (1540); his Tragedy of the Cardinal (1547), referring to the murder of Beaton, being also performed there.

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  • Facing the Esplanade and South Sands, about 22 m.

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  • An esplanade is built along the sea-wall, and the town possesses golf links and other recreation grounds.

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  • An esplanade about 1 m.

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  • From the quay a broad esplanade has been constructed northwards round the bay, and there is an excellent golf course.

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  • Facing the Esplanade and South Sands, about 22 m.

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  • South Lowestoft has a fine esplanade, a park (Bellevue) and other adjuncts of a watering-place.

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  • Docks, wharves, piers, curing stations and warehouses have been provided or enlarged to cope with the growth of the trade, and an esplanade has been constructed along the front.

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  • On the esplanade stands an obelisk to Henry Bell, the pioneer of steam navigation, who died at Helensburgh in 1830.

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  • It occupies an elevated situation, and a wide view is obtained from Beacon Hill at the southern end of the esplanade.

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  • These walls all fell into decay long since; at places they were used as brick quarries, and finally the great reforming governor, (1868-1872), Midhat Pasha, following the example set by many European cities, undertook to destroy them altogether and utilize the free space thus obtained as a public park and esplanade.

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  • The steamers for the White and the Blue Nile start from the quay along the esplanade.

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  • It has a frontage upon the right bank of the Thames, with a pleasant esplanade.

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  • The Hotel faces due South, overlooking the esplanade, with a commanding view of the scenic Cardigan Bay coastline.

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  • esplanade in front of the castle.

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  • Enjoying superb locations on Ventnor's elegant esplanade are two outstanding hostelries and a wonderful traditional chandler's shop.

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  • Lynton, set on the cliffs above, can be reached by water-operated cliff railroad from the Victorian esplanade.

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  • Teignmouth is our next stop with its two mile long esplanade.

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  • Its palm-lined esplanade culminates in a 16th century castle jutting from the harbor making this a pretty holiday resort.

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  • The room would be about the center of the eastern esplanade.

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  • The aerial walkway leads to the top of the seating area for the Edinburgh Military Tattoo on the castle esplanade.

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  • Its fine seafront esplanade and extensive sands are perfect for a stroll or a picnic after a browse around Broughty's wonderful small shops.

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  • South Lowestoft has a fine esplanade, a park (Bellevue) and other adjuncts of a watering-place.

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  • Docks, wharves, piers, curing stations and warehouses have been provided or enlarged to cope with the growth of the trade, and an esplanade has been constructed along the front.

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  • It occupies an elevated situation, and a wide view is obtained from Beacon Hill at the southern end of the esplanade.

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  • An esplanade faces the sea along nearly the entire front of the town, and is lined with hotels, shops and dwelling-houses.

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  • The site of the old town slopes sharply upward from the harbour, to the west of which there extends an esplanade and modern residential quarter; for Penzance, with its mild climate, is in considerable favour as a health resort.

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  • A wall and esplanade extend along the bottom of the cliffs, and there is a fine stretch of sandy beach.

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  • These walls all fell into decay long since; at places they were used as brick quarries, and finally the great reforming governor, (1868-1872), Midhat Pasha, following the example set by many European cities, undertook to destroy them altogether and utilize the free space thus obtained as a public park and esplanade.

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  • The esplanade and sea-wall front the North Sea, and there is a fine expanse of sand affording good bathing.

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  • To the south of the esplanade is a pier of stone on wooden piles, and the Alexandra and other public gardens are attractive.

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  • Ath is famous for its gild of archers, whose butts are erected on the plain of the Esplanade in the centre of the town.

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  • The "Praya" or esplanade, 50 ft.

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  • In the southwest corner of the town is the esplanade, with an equestrian statue of the emperor William I., and monuments to Prince Frederick Charles and Marshal Ney, commanding a fine view of the "pays messin," a fertile plain lying to the south.

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  • The old quarter is united with the new town by a bridge which is continued in an esplanade leading to the basilica, the church of the Rosary and the Grotto, with its spring of healing water.

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  • There is, however, a handsome esplanade between the town and the citadel, and a promenade by the seashore towards Castrades.

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  • There are several modern churches and chapels, numerous villas, a pier and a lift connecting the town with the esplanade beneath the cliff.

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  • The esplanade and the public park are finely laid out; and portions of the sea are fenced in to protect bathers.

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  • Here are the barracks, officers' quarters, railway works, and an esplanade along the river front.

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  • On the esplanade stands an obelisk to Henry Bell, the pioneer of steam navigation, who died at Helensburgh in 1830.

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  • There is a good race-course and polo-ground, a fine cricket-ground on the esplanade, three golf courses, and several clubs.

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  • An esplanade extends for about 3 m., and public gardens have been laid out on Worlebury Hill, from the far end of which a long pier projects, linking the rocky islet of Birnbeck to the town.

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  • The White House was built in1792-1799from designs by James Hoban, who closely followed the plans of the seats of the dukes of Leinster, near Dublin, and in 1902-1903, when new executive offices and a cabinet room were built and were connected with the White House by an esplanade, many of the original features of Hoban's plan were restored.

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  • It possesses assembly rooms, a literary and scientific institution, an esplanade, a pier and extensive recreation grounds.

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  • The river esplanade, 2 m.

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  • In the centre of the esplanade is the governor-general's palace, occupying the site of the palace destroyed by the Mandists in 1885.

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  • At the western end of the esplanade are the zoological gardens, the chief hotel, the Coptic church ° and the Mudiria House (residence of the governor of Khartum).

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  • The steamers for the White and the Blue Nile start from the quay along the esplanade.

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  • The esplanade (where a Greek cathedral built in 1877-1884 now stands), the Wohrmann Park and the Imperial Park are much visited.

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  • The west end contains numerous handsome villas and a fine esplanade, i 2m.

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  • The great line of public offices along the esplanade and facing Back Bay, which are in the Gothic style mixed with Saracenic, are not individually distinguished for architectural merit, but they have a cumulative effect of great dignity.

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  • The Marina, or esplanade at the south of the town, affords a fine sea front with a view of the bay; near it are beautiful public gardens.

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  • It is one of the fortresses appointed by the Act of Union to be kept in a state of repair, and is approached from the esplanade, on which stands the colossal statue of Robert Bruce, erected in 1877.

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  • On a hill of lower elevation than the castle and separated from the esplanade by a depression styled the Valley - the tilting-ground of former times - a cemetery has been laid out.

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  • Near the principal entrance to the esplanade stands Argyll's Lodging, erected about 1630 by the 1st earl of Stirling.

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  • On the esplanade in front of Macduff Castle, still called the Playfield, took place in 1552 one of the first recorded performances of Sir David Lindsay's Ane Satyre of the Three Estaits (1540); his Tragedy of the Cardinal (1547), referring to the murder of Beaton, being also performed there.

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  • It has a frontage upon the right bank of the Thames, with a pleasant esplanade.

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