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“John and I raced an 18-foot wooden dinghy my dad bought for a pittance because it was so dilapadated and fixed up.”
“A new song was rising on the air: a harsh, low, murmuring croon that shook the village ranged around its old square of dilapadated stores.”
“Home form at Bloomfield Stadium - even more dilapadated than Blackpool's version”
“How inconsiderate Columbia must be to pay him millions of dollars for dilapadated warehouses and replace them with state of the art medical facilities, schools and dormitories.”
“Allison was kidnapped at age 16 by a radical born-again, gypsy, dancing troupe that whisked her around the Country on a dilapadated bus.”
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