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CORONA: A high-slung roofline gives a distinct look to this three-bedroom house with a swimming pool.
To the rear, the character lines spread across the base of the cabin and meet with its tapering roofline to accentuate the vehicle's wide stance.
The resulting proportions and elegantly sloping roofline give it a more substantial, upscale look.
More recently, retail companies have built their own homes — not just fitting out fancy interiors but constructing freestanding, from-the-foundations-to-the-roofline temples to the single brand.
In part, that's thanks to a more coupe-like roofline at the rear.
That porch is in place and visible as a long rectangular piece just under the arching roofline on the east end of the building.
Its roofline would sit below 65 feet, lower than the adjacent Marine Stadium, so as not to overwhelm the historic structure.
The sensible crossover-hatchback roofline, the upright driving posture, seating for five adults.
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: the outline or outer edge of a roof
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