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“Zuma Press At la Rotonde de la Villette in Paris, a former customs-house, police arrested antiglobalization demonstrators.”
“In January a group of customs-house agents asked Vittal what to do about the bribes they had to pay to clear consignments at various ports and airports.”
“Cultural Capital in Diacritics, wonders whether a certain purity is not being smuggled through the sociological customs-house, and whether”
“The customs-house officer followed him, swearing furiously.”
“From behind a pile of goods emerged a customs-house officer, a dark green, dusty figure, of military erectness.”
“At the customs-house on the frontier he made friends with the officials, and secured an easy pass for the party by playing an air on his violin.”
“Exactly two hours later, there dashed into the customs-house a well-dressed woman whose hat was very much over one ear.”
“Sometimes, on Sunday morning, he will take the customs-house launch out to one of the Manila-Hong Kong boats, to see a friend off for the homeland and "God's country.”
“Under the long porch of the customs-house, a dummy engine noisily plies up and down among the long-horned carabaos and piles of merchandise.”
“This portion of Manila, laid out in the sixteenth century by De Legaspi, occupies the territory on the south side of the Pasig River at the mouth. the frowning walls of the _Cuartel de Santiago_ loom above the bustling river opposite the customs-house.”
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