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“Atop its platform trunk, skillfully constructed so that it blended into the camouflage of the branches, was an ancient rustic building that served mainly as a restaurant with a few rented rooms for short term visitors.”
“The word "visitors" was rendered by the Translator as "guests/travellers/wanderers/searchers" before it ran out of synonyms searching its newly created self-program of the structure of the Mercan language.”
“We have lived in Guadalajara for ten years and frequently have visitors from the US.”
“They note their site's internal count of traffic, in terms of unique visitors, is almost as high as the New York Times at 45 million.”
“He had been away from England for almost a decade when he died and visitors from the old country were often regaled with his yearning for Chocolate Olivers.”
“To an unprecedented degree, market research about the needs, wants, fears, and anxieties of visitors is shaping how museums are designed.”
“I just had some visitors from the US, one a Mexican national friend that had been living in the US for about 24 years, and a friend of his from California.”
“The site is of particular interest to visitors from the U.S.”
“This is one of the many observations recently made by two pastoral visitors from the U.K. who were deputized by the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams.”
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If you read this in order from top to bottom, the word progression suggests the "lifespan" of a 300-year-old house in Pennsylvania.
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