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LEAD has been stolen from the rooves of a charity shop, a school and a house in Solihull over the past two days, police said.
The result was a set of common guidelines for low-impact shelter of traditional bamboo frame construction, with walls of woven split bamboo (gedeg) and tarpaulin rooves that could later be covered with more permanent materials.
The old shops were built of stone and had lower rooves than their modern counterparts.
Traveling across England by train after his discharge, he surveys the "thatched rooves and tangled lanes and steeples poking over every country knoll" and reflects that "this world had often beguiled me.
Meanwhile, the ratio of cars with England flags fluttering optimistically from their rooves increases rapidly as the big event draws ever nearer, which is another indicator that all the adverts and all the earnest speculation about whether Leighton Baines or Stephen Warnock should spend a month in South Africa just in case Ashley Cole gets injured are about to become of secondary importance to an actual football tournament.
There were also trees brought down, damage to two rooves in the tented village area and flagpoles bent over.
A TV tower crashed on to the 12th green at Valhalla and there were trees brought down, damage to two rooves in the tented village area and flagpoles bent over.
Teenagers are seen riding on top of car rooves laughing and joking.
Somehow Mothball guessed that now the wombat hole had a wide, thick roof--two rooves, the bedroom floor and its roof above--her hole would no longer fill up with water.
I am searching for a shape, a den, watching For the cloistering blank of a street wall, A dark reticence of windows Banked over an inner court, Especially rooves, arched and bouncing Naves; a corseted apse, And always, even if the chapel sinks Deep inside, lit from a common well, I search for hints of doors inside doors, A built-in waiting about Of thresholds and washed floors, An avid presence demanding flowers and hush (p.