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Concert organizer Rotown said earlier on Twitter that the concert venue, a former grain silo called Maassilo, was being evacuated because of the unspecified threat.
Rhimes, and her company Shondaland, is the biggest fish Netflix’s original-TV silo has reeled in so far.
Conveniently for culture vultures, the hotel and the museum are in the same edifice, a former grain silo on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, the city’s harbor.
Ashcraft emphasized how Brown, another former student of his, uses math, science and engineering to do his work at the silos and elsewhere on the farm.
AMERICAN FABLE A girl exploring her family's farm makes a startling discovery: a mystery man being held prisoner in the silo.
According to The National Interest, the U.S. Navy seeks a way to reload its vertical launch system silos at sea.
The Pentagon has a total of 36 missile interceptors in underground silos on military bases in Alaska and California, due to increase to 44 by year’s end.
In May 2014, city staff noted that of the campus' 11 structures, only the Neil Building and a silo don't need roof repairs or replacements, with the tally for all the roof work estimated at more than $1 million.
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First Known Use: 1856See Words from the same year
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