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“In a back office near a dilapidated-looking mall in suburban Birmingham, Hica recently hosted a women's meeting.”
“The taxi pulled up to a very modest, almost dilapidated-looking building.”
“A cloud of dust stirred up as we proceeded on a dilapidated-looking, two-lane blacktop road with no center divider.”
“After a minute or two they neared a row of dilapidated-looking warehouse buildings, and Raven finally slowed the bike down.”
“They wear uniform, but are miserable dilapidated-looking creatures, and”
“He had not altered much since he left Ballarat, save that he looked more dilapidated-looking, but stood there in his usual sullen manner, with his hat drawn down over his eyes.”
“Then I said we must get the rubber carriers who were coming this way to show us the ford; and so we sat down on the bank a tired, disconsolate, dilapidated-looking row, until they arrived.”
“Mr McCandlish had brought along the most dilapidated-looking item of audio equipment she had ever seen, a bulky, bakelite reel-to-reel tape player that gave off a worryingly smoky smell as its spindles turned with arthritic labour and a syncopated squeaking.”
“They were a dilapidated-looking trio, but they were Americans, and for that phenomenal blessing Matt thanked whichever god had seen fit to respond to his isolation.”
“A gunner tipped up the barrel and poured it into a dilapidated-looking enamelled mug.”
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