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  • "Cramped" was the word all right; the passenger chamber was shaped like a little escape pod, a single seat in an oval-shaped space, barely enough room for her and her flight bag.

    Rosetta

  • Cramped housing and a lack of privacy contributed to divorces.

    TILL MONEY DO US PART

  • Cramped up spaces, piled up trash and irregular arrangement not only look bad, but is detrimental to your thought process as well.

    Mantra Bed by Mauro Bertame

  • Cramped in that funnelled hole, they watched the dawn

    "Cramped in that Funnelled Hole," Wilfred Owen

  • Victoria Janssen: "Cramped in that Funnelled Hole," Wilfred Owen skip to main

    "Cramped in that Funnelled Hole," Wilfred Owen

  • Cramped in the small seat, he shifted his weight slightly to turn toward her.

    A Different Light

  • Cramped in his skull is the pain of his long day without sleep.

    GIRL BY THE ROAD AT NIGHT

  • Cramped space, petty charging for morsels, and the infringement of fees for the slightest comfort means that the industry has taken a backwards approach to “customer service”.

    2008 August 18 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • BOOK SOUP Los Angeles, CA – Cramped with overflowing plain wooden shelves and tables piled high with books, Book Soup on the Sunset Strip has an eclectic selection—just their music essays section is stunning and unique.

    Indiebound and Finch Video: In Praise of Independent Bookstores

  • Cramped in its Marcel Breuer -designed building at 75th Street and Madison Avenue, where space constraints mean it can display only about 10% of its permanent collection at any one time, the Whitney has long sought to expand its Upper East Side facility, or build a new one.

    Groundbreaking Slated for New Whitney

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