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Under the microscope, he found a thin sliver of cork to be composed of a finely serried pattern of tiny rectangular holes.
The scale of wind energy projects in the UK and Europe, under construction or in the planning, feasibility, and permitting stages, is growing dramatically, as the battles continue against the advance of serried rows of turbine towers on the march across eco-sensitive terrain and beloved landscapes.
Tory Paul Goodman surveyed serried rows of seats empty but for the ministerial frontbench and observed: "They have come to the conclusion there is nothing wrong with this Queen's Speech that a speedy election won't put right.
On collection day, in serried ranks, They blight our streets like garish gargoyle tanks.