Chains of object mentions in text
Toni Johnson pulls a tape measure across the front of what was
once a stately Victorian home.
A deep trench now runs along its north wall, exposed when the
house lurched two feet off its foundation during last week's
earthquake.
Once inside, she spends nearly four hours measuring and
diagramming each room in the 80-year-old house, gathering enough
information to estimate what it would cost to rebuild it.
While she works inside, a tenant returns with several friends to
collect furniture and clothing.
 One of the friends sweeps broken dishes and shattered glass from a
countertop and starts to pack what can be salvaged from the kitchen.
(WSJ section of Penn Treebank corpus)