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“A bomb squad came and went without entering as local police and FBI agents gathered in the cordoned-off street.”
“Jealous of the love radiating from the cordoned-off section of the parking lot, she distracted herself by shooting the smiles of strangers.”
“Police weren't allowing them into the worst-affected area, which remained cordoned-off as crime scene.”
“By early afternoon, dozens of protesters were already singing and praying in a small cordoned-off area on the prison grounds.”
“His message was echoed by other dignitaries who stood on a makeshift stage amid piles of snow in a cordoned-off area of the parking lot, just outside the mall's food court.”
“There are also no VIP sections or cordoned-off areas at the festival.”
“The vast cordoned-off area was full with people holding flags of opposition parties, and tongue-in-cheek anti-Putin signs.”
“Many sections of the city lay in ruins, and police announced a nighttime curfew in a cordoned-off area of downtown to keep people away from dangerous buildings and to prevent crime.”
“Kevin Frayer/Associated Press Police and onlookers stood Monday outside the cordoned-off area where the blaze took place.”
“Along with others, I passed the flowers with those who were inside the cordoned-off area.”
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