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masonry
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The Magician's Nephew
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  • At the moment... there came, first a rumbling, then a creaking, and then a roar of falling masonry,
  • Finally, with a sudden, rush and thunder, and a shake that nearly flung them off their feet, about a quarter of the roof at one end of the room fell in, great blocks of masonry fell all round them, and the walls rocked.

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  • Falling masonry is dangerous in an earthquake.
  • Most of the original masonry has been replaced.

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