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“A small guest cottage with broken-out windows seemed to be functioning as a command post.”
“Getty Images So just how useful the broken-out, own-trading revenue information may prove is open to debate.”
“Silvia: DonDiego was illustrating a broken-out subtraction.”
“But as a matter of psychology, the broken-out charge might deter some people from using their card.”
“I'd personally prefer more stuff broken-out into posts (even if they are small!) where I can have a guess at whether something will interest me based on the title.”
“Across the alley, birds roosted in the broken-out window frames of a government building.”
“They aren't sandbagging for devastated areas or helping board up broken-out windows in the university area.”
“It might have been a hotel at one time, its entrance more imposing than those of the buildings surrounding, its ground floor a broad stretch of mostly broken-out windows.”
“They walked to the front of the building and stood looking through the broken-out windows for a moment.”
“She pictured the lobby, its walls and ceiling, the curved stairway, the debris, the broken-out windows and doors, the check-in desk against the back wall, all of it.”
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