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  • n. Plural form of cellar.


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  • A lot of those cases where you hear about women being locked in cellars and raped, the guy they finally arrest is usually some sort of sexually-repressed fundie.

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  • The presence of a few itinerant priests, hiding in cellars and fishing boats, would hardly have accounted for such a significant shift.

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  • It is aged in cellars or caves in the mountains and is turned every 2 days and washed with whey to speed the aging process.

    For the love of Reblochon..

  • Its four million Muslims have eight formal mosques (some count 1,600 mosques, but many of these are better described as informal prayer rooms in cellars or spare workrooms).

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  • The universal problem for people with great cellars is - with whom do you share your really beautiful and rare wines?

    My Life and Hard Wines

  • Only wisps of smoke creeping up through the rubble are there to remind you that these people are now finding shelter in cellars and living under the ruins of their former homes.

    Europe Is Dying

  • You have imagined, probably, a huge underworld of conspirators, meeting secretly in cellars, scribbling messages on walls, recognizing one another by codewords or by special movements of the hand.

    Nineteen Eighty-Four

  • "Hallo!" cried Oswald, and if his gallant voice trembled he is not ashamed of it, because he knows about wells in cellars, and, for an instant, even he did not know what happened.

    New Treasure Seekers

  • Was it that the poor should take away their windows, move out of their rooms, and live in cellars?

    The Miracles of Antichrist: A Novel

  • One was told of the finding of rifles in German cellars, marked

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