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“They were just settling in when Montrose called Dana Neubauer to the stand.”
“Wintering in an RV requires settling in a locale where access to food and propane delivery is nearby.”
“As the excitement of the evening's events slowly began to ebb, Herney felt the late hour settling in his limbs.”
“Twilight was just settling in this stretch of Louisiana, the crickets and cicadas were chirping, stars beginning to wink in a dusky, lavender sky.”
“As early as 1604, records show a William Armstrong settling in Fermanagh, where by 1620 no fewer than twenty-five different Armstrongs five headed by a William lived as tenant farmers.”
“Still the rain came, settling in for a long seige.”
“Even with the night settling in and the fluorescent glow of the spotlights casting stark shadows around them, Nazia knew instantly that it was the same material they had seen that day at the market.”
“Almost the first experience after settling in at St. John's College was a sharp attack of fever that fell on Kerearua, one of the Bauro lads.”
“In the language of a man settling in for a spell, he propped one work-booted foot on his knee.”
“The request from the United States Administration was to consider settling in Australia 10 Uighurs from Guantanamo Bay.”
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