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“A customer chooses oil-paper umbrellas in China, a bride smiles during a mass wedding in India, Aung San Suu Kyi's party announces it will run for the upcoming by-election in Myanmar and more.”
“ChinaFotoPress/Zumapress.com A customer looked at oil-paper umbrellas in Xi'an, China's Shaanxi province, on Thursday.”
“She watched him for a minute, then got up slowly, came over and put her finger on an oil-paper packet.”
“She led me out into the darkened corridor again, up stairs and down, across a creaking bridge over a malodorous little court where a black pig grunted in a pen, through a narrow door and along more corridors, lightened by dim oil-paper windows, beneath one of which a dark-skinned man lay snoring.”
“She pushed a package wrapped in oil-paper into his hands.”
“Looking right, the farthest he could see was across Madison Avenue to a sign that said THE HAPPY HOUR. Directly across from the hotel was a store that sold oil-paper umbrellas from China.”
“The mouldering fringes of some rugs protruded from a bundle wrapped in oil-paper.”
“His place was in a recess of the counting-room on the first floor, and as he covered the bottles with the oil-paper tops and tied them on with string he could look from time to time through a window at the slow coal barges swinging down the river.”
“The little fellow who worked all day long in the tumble-down old house by the river Thames pasting oil-paper covers on boxes of blacking fell ill one afternoon.”
“He had lost his hat somewhere, with the bunch of matches in the band, but the matches against his chest were safe and dry inside the tobacco pouch and oil-paper.”
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