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  • Soviets Back Out of Cuba Associated Press A Soviet ship carrying eight canvas-covered missiles and transporters steamed away from Cuba Nov. 7, 1962.

    Listening In: U.S. Monitors Overseas News

  • My eyes kept returning to the canvas-covered body of Christian


  • The mate, still on the slender, white-painted bridge, that seemed no more than a spider thread, surprised me by the activity with which he dashed along the bridge to the 'midship house, leaped upon the canvas-covered long-boat, and swung outboard where he might see.


  • There was a hush in the room, if you could call this canvas-covered space a room.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • We packed blankets and canned goods and drove in a rainstorm to the small school building, where the coast guardsmen were unloading people on stretchers off of a canvas-covered truck.

    The Convict and Other Stories

  • Kamilla gave her a quick tour of canvas-covered trucks that carried equipment, tunnel-shaped tents where volunteers and staff slept and worked, the two vast buslike units that were the consulting rooms and test lab.


  • It was a transport truck with a canvas-covered wagon-type bed.

    Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

  • Egyptians and tourists alike shopped its canvas-covered streets.

    Shadow Chase

  • Teamsters hauled crates and barrels in canvas-covered wagons—at least four hundred a week, recalled Worcester resident Isaiah Thomas, rolled along the Great Road from the Bay toward New York.

    The King's Best Highway

  • One medical wagon and eight ambulances were also furnished, and one wagon was authorized for each division and brigade headquarters; enough canvas-covered boats for a small pontoon-bridge were also provided.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories


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