Did you perhaps mean lodged?
“Foremost among the lodges is the Estancia Arroyo Verde, lying along 11 miles of the fabled Traful River, with outstanding fishing, food, and wine for about $600 a day.”
“The difference between the two lodges is like the difference between a drum beat and a Bach fugue.”
“A town was a cluster of deer-skin lodges; a trading-post a seat of civilization; and a factor God Almighty Himself.”
“Whare Kea's calling card, and what sets it definitively apart from the rest of New Zealand's luxury lodges, is its Chalet.”
“You'll find lots of articles about Canadian fly-in lodges in the F&S archives.”
“The underlying principle is simple: once a person says "throw him under the bus," the phrase lodges itself in the foreground of the mind, where it becomes the first phrase retrieved in conversation.”
“Nostalgia is also a trait of the organizations that I call lodges—everything from corporate cultures to religious. sects.”
“With the exception of the huge bulks of the skin lodges, little could be seen save the flames of the fire, broken by the movements of intervening bodies, and the smoke rising slowly on the quiet air.”
“[Page 31] ment, were essentially the same, whether they were the skin lodges of the most northern tribes, or the pueblos of the Aztecs.”
“The British set up warehouses known as lodges in Villa Nova de Gaia, across from the river Porto, and bottled and blended port from there, which is how it got its name.”
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