Lucas Mann's brother, Josh, died of a heroin overdose when Lucas was only thirteen years old. Charismatic, ambitious, cruel,and sadistic, violent and vulnerable, Josh's brief life was ultimately unknowable. Yet, Josh is both a presence and absence in the author's life that will not remain unclaimed. Told in kaleidoscopic shards of memories assembled from interviews with Josh's friends and family and the raw material of the Josh's own journals, a revealing, startling portrait unfolds
The animal, named Romeo by staff, is thought to have entered the 288m (945ft) Shard building at London Bridge through the central stairwell.據信羅密歐是從中央樓梯井攻頂。
Fox found on 72nd floor of UK’s highest skyscraper
A fox dubbed Romeo has been found living on the 72nd floor of Europe's tallest skyscraper surviving off scraps of food left by construction workers.
Barrie Hargrove, cabinet member for transport, environment and recycling at Southwark Council, said: "Romeo has certainly been on a bit of a jaunt and proved rather elusive.
"But I'm glad our pest control officers were able to help out.
"He's obviously a resourceful little chap, but I'm sure he's glad the adventure is over and hopefully he'll steer well clear of skyscrapers in the future."
[動](自)（特に遊びで）小旅行をする, （あちこち）遊びまわる((about, around)).━━[名]（遊びのための）小旅行, 遊山旅行, 遠足.
A vertical shaft around which a staircase has been built.
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The Shard (formerly known as Shard London Bridge, the London Bridge Tower or the Shard of Glass) is a skyscraper in London, United Kingdom. Standing 309.6 metres (1,016 ft) above ground level, it topped out on 30 March 2012. The Shard is the tallest building in Europe, and is also the second-tallest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom, after the 330-metre (1,083 ft) concrete tower at the Emley Moor transmitting station.
- shard (n.)
- also sherd, Old English sceard "incision, cleft, gap; potshard, a fragment, broken piece," from Proto-Germanic *skardas (cognates: Middle Dutch schaerde "a fragment, a crack," Dutch schaard "a flaw, a fragment," German Scharte "a notch," Danish skaar "chink, potsherd"), a past participle from the root of Old English sceran "to cut" (see shear). Meaning "fragment of broken earthenware" developed in late Old English. Used late 14c. as "scale of a dragon." French écharde "prickle, splinter" is a Germanic loan-word.
位 於泰晤士河畔、高309.7 米(95 層) 的歐洲最高樓The Shard ，周四(5日) 在大型激光表演中揭幕，成為倫敦新地標。但這座有「垂直城市」之譽的高樓，在揭幕時仍是一座空殼， 26 層寫字樓至今未有一個單位租出，反映了金融危機、經濟不景對倫敦的打擊。,
1 （ガラス・陶器・貝殻などの）破片；（植木ばちの）せとかけ2 《動物》うろこ；殻；《昆虫》（甲虫の）翅鞘(ししょう).
ザ・シャード（The Shard）は通称、ロンドン・ブリッジ・タワー（London Bridge Tower）とも呼ばれ、
by: Patrick Shearn of Poetic Kinetics
Liquid Shard dazzled downtown Los Angeles as a surprise to the city from July 28th to August 11th 2016. This large-scale, kinetic sculpture made of holographic mylar and monofilament was installed across Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles. The piece spans 15,000 sq ft. and is comprised of two layers that rise from 15 feet off the ground to 115 feet in the air.