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“The occupants of those low-roofed machines which are so pitifully blocked nowadays all along Piccadilly may, for aught one knows, be looking their best.”
“Let me give the picture: A drenched and freezing room of rusty, paint-scabbed iron, low-roofed, double-tiered with bunks, reeking with the filth of thirty men, despite the washing of the sea.”
“Because of the low-roofed entrance the lynx could not leap in, and when she made a crawling rush of it the she-wolf sprang upon her and pinned her down.”
“We pile into a combi, one of the low-roofed minivans converted into stop-and-go public transit units that are as common to the long-range commuter experience in Mexico City as the metro.”
“It is about an old hermit woman, Aunt Ruth, who lives in a very old, low-roofed, and weather-beaten, brown house.”
“Joel was reminded by the silence, if by nothing else, of Hampstead Garden Suburb, where Pa and Ma had a big, low-roofed house squatting in landscaped grounds.”
“He crouched behind the cover of a low-roofed house, keeping the horses as quiet as he could.”
“And on Mark's left hand a narrow footway twined in among the trees to a low-roofed hut some yards aside from the path.”
“There is a single stable door to the low-roofed veranda outside and a window either side of it facing across the steep valley to more woods and cliffs, and the river.”
“Draped in a cotton sheet, I am seated with only my partner and the curandera, eyes closed to the blackness of the small, low-roofed thatched hut, quiet words in Spanish and in an indigenous tongue, deliberate chants, as well as sweet song, while my body is being patted and rubbed with leafy twigs.”
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