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Oceanus sailed into Woods Hole in November 1975, painted a bleak battleship gray, but with distinctive, rakish-looking twin stacks arranged like kingposts on the port and starboard sides of the bridge.
The Alpha Multi's twin stack arrangement has the added benefit of allowing one stack to be in production while the second stack is being made ready.
When the curtain rose to reveal the now customary twin stacks of Marshall amps in the shapes of inverted crosses, the crowd surged forward to form a mosh pit of such size and ferocity that it got a round of applause from smiling vocalist (singer's the wrong word) Tom Araya.
The twin stacks, which were built in 1971, are a famous landmark on the capital's skyline and have featured in postcards, films, TV adverts and a U2 video.
net Twin Stacks Golf Club Philippe Nave 9 84 Smelter Rd.
The play is designed to attack the defensive point guard and then the perimeter, with the twin stacks, 2 and 4 low, and 3 and 5 high.
Their September picnics are always situated here, precariously, under the gingko trees-- ash from furnaces, ashes from the twin stacks of a nearby iron foundry color the gingko the broad violets of a reflected evening light that rises off the silent river while their napkins are gathered up with red lengths of river water into the straw basket of a dead grandmother.
Like the Rotterdam, the Amsterdam has twin stacks and one of the highest passenger space ratios in the premium market -- 44.