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“This was Mme. Louise Zimmermann, the manager of a guest house for girls in Lausanne, who, with exceptional and boundless energy, propagated this noble maxim around the world: Give the newts a proper education!”
“Blackfriars, which had once had a stately church and a sumptuous guest house for noble visitors, was now in ruins; the Franciscans had not fared better.”
“I left my rental car at the guest house and walked downhill to River Street.”
“Then we boarded Marine I and helicoptered to Schloss Gymnisch, the castle now used as a guest house by the German government.”
“Undressing in the dark, he lowered himself carefully onto the bed, locked his hands behind his head, and stared at nothing, wondering why the world outside the guest house suddenly seemed smaller than the world within.”
“The first person Koll would check with to verify that I'd left town was Jeannie Schmidt, so I went back to the guest house and told the landlady I would be leaving.”
“We stood beneath the shadow of the old guest house known as the Breakers, the wind tossing Grace's hair and the sea crashing before us.”
“As I drove back to the guest house I wondered what I would have done had I been in Suits's position.”
“Keith’s yard was almost walled by tall canvas-covered stacks of thatching reed bundles laid in a geometrical criss-cross like a reed mudhif guest house of the all-but-extinct Iraqi Marsh Arabs on the Euphrates.”
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An extract from the "Zold Tolmacs" project, a HU-EN environmental dictionary compiled by Robert Gulyas in 2000.
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