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“For example, the Anglican diocese of Mbeere is planning to install water run-off tanks on tin-roofed churches and schools throughout the diocese.”
“The tin-roofed cabin believed to have inspired the B-52s' hit song "Love Shack" burned to the ground in 2004.”
“Michelette Eduard, one of the housekeepers at the spare, tin-roofed inn where he had been staying, was shocked to learn the true identity of Mr. Woods.”
“She is off to Africa to assist George Obama and help him move to a brick home instead of the dirt-floor and tin-roofed place he has now.”
“Kakuma, a maze of mud-walled, tin-roofed shelters, has been her home for 18 years.”
“While Juba's homes have traditionally consisted of thatched huts and, more recently, tin-roofed shacks, it is difficult now to rent a house for less than $12,000 a month, according to a Western diplomat who lives there but is not authorized to speak on the record.”
“The members meet weekly under a tin-roofed space which is also used for other meetings or sometimes as schools.”
“We stood in mud, under a tin-roofed shelter, a storm surrounding us with pounding rain.”
“This ramshackle tin-roofed hole in the wall is located at the bottom of a small hill on Gip's scraggly lawn, which makes sense because juke joints are always found on the other side of the tracks in godforsaken places in the middle of nowhere.”
“The worn, reddish clay hills of Kibera are packed with tin-roofed shanties.”
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