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“And though your parents reunited two years later, a pall of disquiet hung over your three-room apartment when the social worker came for her visit.”
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“Their three-room bicycle garage is made of the same materials, and has floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors in the fitness room that open to the same courtyard as the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors in the main house's dining room.”
“Mr. Utuy recounted his testimony to the Spanish court during an interview at his home, a three-room, cinderblock building in a mountain village of a dozen or so houses connected by dirt road.”
“But there is precious little else in this bare, three-room brick building.”
“Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal 177 Ninth Avenue $1,525,000 177 Ninth Ave., 5E This three-room condo has one bedroom and 1½ bathrooms.”
“First, spruce trees were cut down and a three-room cabin constructed.”
“While the three-room Bensusan "circuit" could constitute a festival unto itself, the new event is also presenting shows at the Beacon Theatre, Town Hall, Terminal 5, JaLC's Rose Hall and other spots around the city.”
“Bonner and Sakharov's cramped, three-room apartment in Moscow was the unofficial headquarters of the Soviet dissident movement in the 1970s, and again in the late 1980s after they returned from internal exile in the city of Gorky.”
“Now I have nothing and no one is helping, said Mr. Absi, sitting in their sparsely furnished three-room home.”
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