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“Bono and the Edge were safely ensconced in a curtained-off VIP room within a curtained-off VIP room, perhaps indulging in the buffet of pigs in a blanket and three-cheese ravioli with herb pesto, a far cry from Mr. Samuelsson's cuisine.”
“With the musicians tucked in front of the left-side seating, and the wing spaces of the curtained-off performance area open to view from any number of side seats, performers and audience are in close quarters.”
“Josh and a man with iron gray hair and steel-rimmed glasses were sitting beside her in the curtained-off cubicle.”
“The storefront display window and curtained-off rear accounted for two sides of the space, with a large Egyptian zodiac circle occupying a third, and cubbyhole shelves holding various religious icons and mystical charms on the wall opposite.”
“Without hesitation, Shay walked over to one of the curtained-off sections and stepped inside.”
“As the winners in each category assembled in a curtained-off waiting area, Mr. Meyers rattled off his nominees for runners-up such as, Pimpmygoldfish. com, Doesthismolelookfunny. org and Areyoumydad. gov.”
“Four men were in a curtained-off section, although women were clearly visible, as the curtains of their cubicles were often left open.”
“This promise was somewhat undermined, however, by the fact that meetings of the Senate were now often convened in the imperial palace, precisely so that Agrippina could eavesdrop on proceedings from a curtained-off vantage point at the rear of the room.”
“Instead of using a curtained-off exam cubicle, Diana took Crystal into the break room, pointed at a chair, and closed the door behind them.”
“Hazel found Lee resting on an examination table in one of the curtained-off hospital emergency-room cubicles.”
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