The only wizarding hospital we know of,St. Mungo's is located behind the facade of Purge and Dowse, Ltd.in London.
A flash empurpled all the facades in the street as though the door of a furnace had been flung open, and hastily closed again.
Percier and Fontaine, Napoleon's architects who designed the Malmaison, creat beyond the facade a warm decor, made of antic marble columns adding beauty to the half moon shaped wood counter.
All of the facades are still there.
It's too bad he was focused on facade .
He's just, you know, keeping up a facade.
They've spread to the facade of the main church itself.
The facade is so beautiful but the foundations are far from solid.
To Karim and his friends, it's intricate, ornate wooden facade, artwork.
This historic facade is now pockmarked. The masonry is falling away.
If you strip away that facade of wealth, you may find self-loathing.
But behind the facade of bon ami, there's a power struggle going on.
It would blow the facade right off the Trium-, off of the Principate.
The village also put a priority on designing the facades of the village homes.
They're not real buildings, they're just a facade, but with no actual house behind them.
Monet turns the monumental masonry of the cathedral's facade into flickering stabs of brilliantly-coloured paint.
An example, the investors seem interested but I think it's all a facade.
Gaze up at the facade, which resembles a lily-covered pond straight from the brush of Monet.
You see, I find the love facade the most offensive part. We're adults. We can handle it.
Yet almost all Romans preferred this facade to the century of chaos Rome endured before Augustus took charge.
To be human when the facade become so important, we begin to realize that other people are watching us.
Inside a small courtyard in north Amsterdam lie the first skeletal structures--a black plastic facade and a few steps.
But honestly if I read it and I didn't know this word, I would think it was facade, or facade maybe.