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blanket-wrapped

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  • Company C specializes in what is called blanket-wrapped shipping.

    NYT > Home Page

  • United Press International Mourners near Deraa prayed last week over the blanket-wrapped body of a slain protester.

    Syria Rebels Vow to Guard Civilians

  • Wherever you go, you will encounter multiple generations of families spending the day together, from the blanket-wrapped newest grandchild to the family dog dutifully waiting outside for the meal's leftover grease and bones.

    Laura Catena: From Asado (Barbecue) to Helado (Ice Cream): A Foodie Tour of Mendoza

  • In a hillside ceremony Saturday, Buddhist monks in face masks set ablaze piles of blanket-wrapped bodies in a mass cremation, as necessity forced them to break with the local tradition of "sky burials" - leaving corpses on a platform to be devoured by vultures.

    Chinese President Visits Qinghai Quake Zone

  • Steven trudged inside, breathing hard—dragging that blanket-wrapped body across my floor.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • A worker with moving company First Global Xpress spotted boxes of ammunition when one of Jonathan Shaw's suitcases fell open Saturday as it was being moved for shipping from a Manhattan storage unit, and then the worker opened a blanket-wrapped bundle and duffel bag to find firearms, according to a court complaint.

    Jonathan Shaw, Tattoo Artist, Charged With Stockpiling Guns, Knives, Ammunition

  • Adjusting the blanket-wrapped body in her arms, Claire eased past the lab equipment and headed for the cage.

    Claire de Lune

  • Violence will die down, although the occasional blanket-wrapped or tortured body will be found in the desert, and the occasional girl will disappear, but nobody will hurt enough, care enough or be powerful enough to make much of an issue.

    Sito Negron: Drug War is Not Just a Metaphor; So How Do We Stop the Shooting?

  • Clad in jeans and a bulky pullover sweater, she cradled a wailing, blanket-wrapped infant against her shoulder as she walked.

    Sudden Rain

  • Killian jumped again, startled this time by an unexpected sight in the dim light, a long, blanket-wrapped bundle under the divan.

    Sudden Rain

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