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“My father done it - did it," Fatty concurred and corrected, as old recollections exploded long-sealed brain-cells of connotation and correct usage.”
“Austrian investigative journalist Hubertus Czernin obtained access to long-sealed state archives that had covered up the thefts from wealthy Jewish families, including the Bloch-Bauers and the Rothschilds.”
“TRIPOLI—Local officials in the capital on Monday stopped a Libyan Jew's efforts to reopen a long-sealed synagogue, a day after he broke through the cinder-block walls that had sealed Tripoli's only synagogue for 44 years.”
“TEOTIHUACAN, Mexico (AP) - A long-sealed tunnel has been found under the ruins of Teotihuacan and chambers that seem to branch off it may hold the tombs of some of the ancient city's early rulers, archaeologists said Tuesday.”
“TEOTIHUACAN, Mexico (AP) - A long-sealed tunnel has been found under the ruins of Teotihuacan and chambers that seem to branch off it may hold ...”
“It feels as if a window has been opened in a stuffy, long-sealed room.”
“Negating the sacrifice of a former Sorcerer Supreme, Jericho Drumm has opened the long-sealed gateway to BondyÃ¨ to ask the Voodoo Loaâ€™s for aid.”
“It felt like windows were being opened in a musty, hidden, long-sealed attic.”
“He leaned back on this support with his face to the tower of the cathedral, now admirably commanded by their station, the high red-brown mass, square and subordinately spired and crocketed, retouched and restored, but charming to his long-sealed eyes and with the first swallows of the year weaving their flight all round it.”
“I sat in a wing chair at the end of the couch as they moved around the room examining the artifacts of Edith's life, as if we had stumbled upon a long-sealed chamber beneath the great pyramid.”
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