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“FROM HOLLYWOOD CRUSH: After months of filming in rain-drenched Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, "New Moon" stars Nikki Reed and Kellan Lutz must have felt right at home in Manhattan as a persistent drizzle lingered over the city.”
“Getting as close as I could to the sulphurous heat, I stuck the branch into the rain-drenched ground about two inches in front of the lava.”
“The Atlantic north-west at Galicia is rain-drenched and green, while the interior freezes in winter and the parched south-east at Almería below can be desert-like – think Clint Eastwood's The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, which was filmed there.”
“Guardiola brought those qualities to Arsenal's rain-drenched Emirates Stadium on the eve of a potentially thrilling Champions League rematch with Arsène Wenger's side.”
“There are spectators who leave in cars down a rain-drenched street.”
“Rescue efforts in the remote indigenous village continued on Wednesday, as scores of residents were evacuated from the rain-drenched area.”
“But the incidence of bike lanes is also on the rise in unlikely locales such as slush-covered Boston, rain-drenched Vancouver, frozen Montreal and Bogotá, Colombia where, perhaps, bicycles have been given the traffic lanes previously reserved for drug mules.”
“The series had been sold to almost 80 countries around the world to audiences who, surveys show, are not all made up of expat Scots with a hankering for a view of Glasgow's sandstone streets and proud, rain-drenched landmarks while enjoying warmer climates and better football.”
“The balcony is covered in a sea of rain-drenched flowers.”
“On one screen, a dozen or so female actors in traditional dress caress their exposed breasts and bare their genitals while running with intent abandon amid rain-drenched, grassy fields to catch the semen of their male deity.”
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