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The house has a large porch with huge columns on either sideHe writes a regular newspaper column on political issues.

The house has a large porch with huge columns on either side.

A thin column of smoke could be seen rising from the campsite.

She writes a cooking column for a popular weekly magazine.

Nelson's column in Trafalgar Square is a popular tourist attraction in London.

A long column of soldiers marched into the square, and took up position.

I think your article will look more interesting if you put the information into three vertical columns instead of one.

The column of ants was slowly marching towards the picnic basket.

A column of black smoke was rising from the wreckage of the bombed out building.

The troops were advancing in separate columns across the front towards the enemy's position.

Trajan's Column was erected in Rome to honor his victories over his enemies.

Single, freestanding colossal columns were used as commemorative monuments in the Roman Empire from the Hellenistic period onwards.

Writer William Safire once suggested that the most successful newspaper column is one that causes the reader to throw down the paper in anger.

In Northern Island, there is a series of rock columns formed by volcanic activity millions of years ago, known as the Giant's Causeway.

In 1886, The Times became the first British newspaper to institute a personal column on its classified page.

In March of 1966, the Nelson Column in Dublin was destroyed in an Irish Republican Army bomb explosion.

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