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“Scundoo smiled yet more wan and gray, closed the door on the heels of his departing visitor, and barred and double-barred it.”
“My posts are more like leering eyes through the food slot in the double-barred door or a flaming bag left on the doorstep.”
“We took a turn and came to a control booth, a set of double-barred doors.”
“Honey Farm had a double-barred gate, which had been left open.”
“For example, with reference to the second puzzle (Section 1.2), Smith and Varzi (2000) have a double-barred theory that is of type (2) with respect to bona fide boundaries and of type (4) with respect to fiat boundaries.”
“There is no sense that an unsolicited piece, no matter how well written, would ever see the light of day in this double-barred closed shop.”
“But having a tolerable night on Thursday, I was a good deal better on Friday, and on Saturday got up, and ate a little spoon-meat, and my feverishness seemed to be gone; and I was so mended by evening, that I begged her indulgence in my closet, to be left to myself; which she consented to, it being double-barred the day before, and”
“The windows dark and double-barred, the tops boarded up to save mending; and only a little four-paned eyelet-hole of a casement to let in air; more, however, coming in at broken panes than could come in at that.”
“Tour de France director Jean-Marie le Blanc laid a memorial wreath at the massive stone monument topped by a double-barred”
“We walked down the corridor to the hydraulically operated double-barred doors that gave onto the booking room, where two black women were being fingerprinted.”
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