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“Sally's initial reaction to the voices and creatures inhabiting the sealed-off rooms of the house is wonder, not fear.”
“Is not our modern way of seeing, or not seeing, very much tied to the sealed-off self that we now construe, a somewhat different organ from the semipermeable soul it has replaced?”
“I dined with loneliness and slept in my own sealed-off world, plagued by unanswered questions.”
“As Declan marched out of his sanctum into the sealed-off research ward, he swept an assessing glance over the area.”
“Norwegian security authorities guarding the sealed-off area around the Oslo bomb blast let journalists into the area with little fuss and few credentials.”
“Over the weekend Syria dispatched thousands of Palestinians from refugee camps to the border in the Golan Heights, normally a sealed-off military zone.”
“Said to be worth $1 million though that estimate is now hotly debated, the home of the world's most feared terrorist has attracted crowds of Pakistanis and media to its now sealed-off gates.”
“The detentions in Banias, including the arrest of a 10-year-old child, come a day after troops killed six people in the sealed-off city.”
“Gerrold Cahill is a convict who, like other prisoners, has been left to die in the sealed-off Cleveland Zombie Preserve.”
“More photos and interactive graphics In a hydrostatic test, operators pump water into a sealed-off pipeline to mimic the highest pressure it could experience in service.”
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