Empire State Building

  1. a skyscraper built in New York City in 1931; 1250 feet tall
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How To Use Empire State Building In A Sentence

  • Just as the Empire State Building contains hundreds of companies, so could all our big school buildings contain many schools.
  • The Empire State Building is a famous landmark on the New York skyline.
  • In addition to my overuse of hyphenated phrases, this reminds me of the Empire State Building's own mini-me, aka the RJ Reynolds headquarters in Winston-Salem, NC.
  • I can't imagine they could ever feel as sardined as the Empire State Building's platforms.
  • They might hire a building manager to coordinate, as does the Empire State Building.
  • There was the Manhattan skyline, stretched out like a diorama, from the World Trade Center's towers to Riverside Church, with the timeless futurism of the spires of the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building crowning midtown.
  • The Empire State Building is a famous landmark on the New York skyline.
  • Conceived during the roaring twenties, an era of jivey speculation and easy money similar to our last twenty years, the Empire State Building was built during the Great Depression. Death, with Compound Interest
  • Standing at 1472 feet, and with 2.8 million square feet of leasable office space, the Empire State Building currently consumes the energy equivalent of 40,000 single-family homes. Rep. Carolyn Maloney: The Empire State Building: A Beacon for Energy Efficiency
  • If your first thought on seeing one-of-a-kind lamps is "Interesting, but is it so amateurishly wired it will conflagrate, setting my home afire, destroying all my belongings, including my irreplaceable collection of back issues of the New York Times Home section?" then your fears will be assuaged by the knowledge that a creator of these particular lamps, Tom Blake, left, is a licensed New York City electrician who has worked on the Chrysler and Empire State Buildings. Post-gazette.com - News
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