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  • noun Plural form of attic.

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Examples

  • Some records have languished in attics for decades.

    Firearms watchdog on short leash

  • Maybe they're hiding out in attics and security deposit boxes all over the place just waiting to be discovered.

    A Reminder: Don't Fuck With the Assistant

  • Some records have languished in attics for decades.

    ATF's oversight limited in face of gun lobby

  • All those yellow boxes in attics, stuffed full of little cardboard or plastic mounts.

    Brownie Points

  • Lots of good material here - using insulation in attics, insulating the water heater - run searches.

    Internet News: Green Guide

  • These art works were taken out of the museams and put in attics and basements where they were later auctioned off in the 20th century.

    Learning From Victorian Families

  • Locating all the worlds silver is impossible, there are numerous private hoards hidden in attics and safety deposit boxes, various investment bankers and bullion traders have supply, a few governments such as China likely have some silver left but China does not publish this kind of information.

    Silver shortage in the forseeable future.

  • Locating all the worlds silver is impossible, there are numerous private hoards hidden in attics and safety deposit boxes, various investment bankers and bullion traders have supply, a few governments such as China likely have some silver left but China does not publish this kind of information.

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  • The people trapped in attics and worse are, for the most part, black.

    AKMA’s Random Thoughts

  • But the bodies are everywhere: hidden in attics, floating among the ruined city, crumpled on wheelchairs, abandoned on highways.

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