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“Sometime between the wars, the old Shilkie had been converted to a transient hotel where the indigent would while away their days in shabby, ill-lit quarters.”
“I descend and find a labyrinth ill-lit by fifteen-watt bulbs.”
“In the middle of the world-wide war against terrorism, Congress has one good and palpable reason to concern itself with immigration reform: Illegal immigrants have fashioned a demi-monde, vast and ill-lit, within which our enemies can move with little fear of detection.”
“A man who hadn't been in the kitchen earlier came in and Anthony had recognised the lean, baffled features of the man waiting on the ill-lit station platform the night the train was so very late.”
“When's the last time you washed your windows?" he asked in greeting, surveying the ill-lit room.”
“At the end, in the ill-lit lounge area, three chairs shared a table and a single microphone hung down from the ceiling.”
“I started playing the trombone with menus in ill-lit restaurants until I would have needed the ape-arms of Tug Bitler to see the entrées.”
“Rain had fallen, and he shivered as he stood in the damp, ill-lit courtyard, drawing on his gloves and fastening his cloak as he waited for his horse to be produced.”
“Four relentless hoodies stalk the empty, ill-lit corridors of a comprehensive school after dusk, their potential victims being the headmistress, four members of her staff, including an alcoholic end-of-his-tether English teacher, several pupils (the English teacher's estranged daughter among them), two security men and a couple of cops.”
“They operated in ill-lit booths, peddling their aptitudes and appendages to the young, the curious, the gullible.”
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