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  • Portrait Gallery and the Tate Modern were too "easy" and if the small out - of - the-way Sardinian place, Olivo, was a clever pawn move.

    Jamie Lee Curtis: I Have a Terrorist's Mind

  • HIV/AIDS is also a huge issue with 24 per cent of adults infected and anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment only beginning to reach out-of - the-way mountain clinics.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • And it looks like he was -- the person took him out either because he was the most in - the-way person at that moment or because the anger was directed toward him.

    CNN Transcript May 23, 2006

  • He told himself he was likely being foolish-of course the locals were friendly and helpful, that was why they had been sent here, because Mejis was both out-of - the-way and loyal to the Affilia-tion-and it probably was foolish, but he thought it best to be on close watch, just the same.

    Wizard and Glass

  • They both ate in silence after that; when they had eaten their fill, Iridith led the-way out to the porch, where they could watch the morning sun struggle to force an opening in the clouds.

    The Misenchanted Sword

  • Supper was delayed while he told her about a splendid copy of Milton's Paradise Lost which he had unearthed in some small, out-of the-way bookshop.

    Heidelberg Wedding

  • He removed his cap and tossed it into an out-of - the-way corner of the chart table.

    The Heirs of Babylon

  • It must have been strange to them, I suppose, to see a lady in so wild and out-of - the-way a spot.

    Missionary Work Among the Ojebway Indians

  • Doubtless you know more of the events in Louisiana than I do, as I am in an out-of - the-way place.

    Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet An Autobiography.

  • Although every consideration of decency and health stimulated the energy of the victors in interring the bodies of their enemies, it was some days before this task could be accomplished, and even then, in out-of - the-way places, there remained a good many that had escaped the burying parties.

    The Story of the Malakand Field Force An Episode of Frontier War


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