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“Behind the officers sits the Altar Guild—a group of grandmotherly women in matching red outfits—next to whom stands one half-empty pew, roped off as “Reserved” seating for former mayor Kurt Schmoke, current mayor Sheila Dixon, city comptroller Joan Pratt, and other community power brokers who call Bethel their home church.”
“Eventually the lights lower, the frames empty, and the band arrive for real, raising half-empty pint glasses like welcome flags.”
“They giggled at the way his naked buttocks clapped about like palm wine going to market in a half-empty calabash.”
“We performed the new Dryden, Ladies à la Mode, this afternoon to a half-empty house.”
“But once again, the unknown person who for decades has left three roses and a half-empty bottle of cognac at Poe's grave on the anniversary of the writer's birth failed to appear Wednesday, fueling speculation that he may have died.”
“The economy is really bad," said Christoph Kenney , who was shopping for fishing gear Saturday at the more than half-empty Kmart.”
“To my right was a doorway to the kitchen, where a cereal box sat out, a cabinet door hung open, and two granola bar wrappers lay on the counter beside a half-empty glass of milk.”
“German airline Deutsche Lufthansa AG said it would follow BAA's advice partly because its planes are already flying not far from half-empty.”
“The two sides, which rarely agree on anything, say the bridges cost the Spanish economy hundreds of millions of euros in lost production, as they result in idle plants and half-empty offices.”
“Unlike many former Olympic sports complexes, which wind up as half-empty hulks, the course could have a popular afterlife.”
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