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“In this case, the front-porch interview isn't going very far; she just doesn't know that much about the man.”
“His songs are more rickety than rocking, bluesy front-porch shuffles that have more in common with the deranged roots-punk of the Gibson Bros. than most amped-up garage acts.”
“Their faces relaxed again, the smaller Miss Moses's into her sweet front-porch smile, the larger's into her own, which I decided was indeed just a little bit smug.”
“Nashville's planning code allows home-based businesses as long as no customers come to the house — a rule that is causing problems for front-porch barbers and others.”
“Well, you might think it's distinctly American, maybe a front-porch performance at the foot of the Appalachians.”
“Cee Cee steered them to the concrete front-porch steps, where they sat close to but separated from the loud group gathered in the drive.”
“He would have walked me to my front door and then kissed me under the front-porch light.”
““I was seven, and I remember sitting on the front-porch steps that whole last night, covering my ears to block out his screaming.””
“The houses in this middle-class, master-planned neighborhood 20 miles outside Denver evoke the front-porch intimacy of a small town.”
“And the quiet allows her to feel what she calls “the evidence of things unseen,” the way her front-porch swing moves rhythmically on breezeless days, the scent of cooking when there are no pots on the stove, the whispers that seem to hum just beneath the cicadas at night.”
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