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“We pulled up to a little cinder-block building marked “Clinic,” and I threw the truck into park.”
“Two feet of white picket fence, made of wood-textured plastic, stuck out of the ground on either side of the cinder-block stairs.”
“But her friends filled just a few cardboard boxes with the remnants of her life in the cinder-block house.”
“It roared down Main Street, through the middle of town, sawing homes in half, tossing trucks and residents thousands of feet away and pulverizing cinder-block houses and aluminum trailers alike.”
“A desolate market sits behind the giant train station, a jumble of cinder-block storefronts, almost all abandoned and strewn with rubbish.”
“The rehab clinic is in a shabby two-story building on an unpaved street lined with cinder-block hovels, old cars, and derelict buses.”
“It was in a small cinder-block structure there that she and her husband, the late Bishop James Peebles Sr., and their three sons built a Washington-area institution from scratch.”
“Rebuilding efforts have been meager: on the outskirts of town sits a half-finished housing development, empty new cinder-block homes with no doors or glass in the windows.”
“His 130-foot-long cinder-block building on Belmont Ridge Road in Ashburn opened in April 1980.”
“From there, they moved to Northeast Washington's Kenilworth neighborhood, where James Peebles built a cinder-block church that seated 35.”
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