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“Together, they placed the tips of them at the four corners of the chuppah, and raised them over the heads of the officiators.”
“All North Queensland towns were famous for one thing: they had pubs on all four corners of every block.”
“I wanted some wooden towers built on all four corners of our fort, and some drawbridges going over the ditch, or dry moat.”
“There is also at each of the four corners of the P'hra-mÃ¨ne, an artificial tree, bearing gold and silver fruit, which is plucked by officers of the court, and tossed to the poor on every side.”
“All of these things frequently happened, notwithstanding that he burned punk at the four corners of his fields, and at all the foot-bridges that crossed his irregular ditches, which were so narrow and low that no sort of a devil could cross without wetting his feet, -- a thing to which Chinese devils are very much averse.”
“Tape the four corners of the tarp to the floor or weigh them down with artificial potted plants or spill-proof real ones if they exist.”
“To its four corners “Tzitzis,” or fringes, are attached in prescribed manner.”
“In the great migratory movement beginning at the dawn of the Christian era, which scattered the Jews to the four corners of the globe, and which was accentuated and precipitated by the misfortunes that broke over the population of Palestine, France, or, more exactly,”
“I saw him again at noon when I was stopped by the traffic light at the four corners up on the Loreauville Road; this time he was pulling his suitcase on a roller skate up a street in a rural black slum by Bayou Teche.”
“Every tree was girt about with fruits and there coursed down water from four daïses, which faced one another and occupied the four corners of the garden.”
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