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The complexes had run up $4.8 million in code-enforcement fines for leaky plumbing, broken windows, electrical problems, mold and crumbling, unsafe stairways.
Multiple other exits exist, so simply take an alternative stairway, and then walk to the west end of City Hall.
Invest in a microfiber duster with an extendable rod, such as the Deluxe Hi-Reach Cleaning Kit ($39.99, Bed, Bath & Beyond), to get into the high corners in a stairway or for other high ceilings, Roberts said.
With the assistance of architect Thierry Despont, Samuel knocked out walls to create a 50-foot-long living room, laid the floors with parquet de Versailles, and uncovered windows in the stairway to let more light in.
Men in suits wrestled in a stairway before a large man aligned with the Trump Hotel team slapped the phone out of the hand of the person recording the confrontation.
Police are investigating the discovery of a single bullet that was found in a stairway this morning.
Neighbors who heard the two with voices raised, then a barrage of gunfire, called police about 9 p.m. Officers found the woman, dressed only in a pair of shorts, lying in a hallway at the top of a stairway.
In addition to the exterior, the home's original parquet floor, the door handles, and stairway, all parts of the home that Parks would have touched, have been preserved and through the exhibit help create a physical connection to her.
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Definition of stairway for English Language Learners
: a set of stairs that go from one level or floor to another
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