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  • He prefers to remember Juárez as the welcoming place where some restaurant and club owners sought out locations with east-facing windows so that all-night revelers from the U.S. and Mexico could greet the sunrise together.

    On border, peaceful U.S. side is torn by Mexican strife

  • My attention immediately shifted past all of the beautiful decor I was there to photograph and to the wall of east-facing windows.

    PHOTOS: Nature Meets Modern In South Loop Loft

  • My attention immediately shifted past all of the beautiful decor I was there to photograph and to the wall of east-facing windows.

    PHOTOS: Nature Meets Modern In South Loop Loft

  • Mornings, when the sun slopes through their east-facing window, she runs grateful words through her mind-mill, shedding husks, seeking the one that means “surprised happiness.”

    Husks

  • Mid-May–mid-Sep, tent plus two adults £6, 01470 552312Pitch a tent in the east-facing field of La Valette campsite on the tiny isle of Sark and on a clear day you'll get a pristine view of the French coast.

    The 10 best campsites for views

  • He prefers to remember Juárez as the welcoming place where some restaurant and club owners sought out locations with east-facing windows so that all-night revelers from the U.S. and Mexico could greet the sunrise together.

    On border, peaceful U.S. side is torn by Mexican strife

  • We live in a stone long barn whose east-facing wall is crying out for a plant.

    Stumped? Hunting for a big plant with small roots

  • The octagon, with its east-facing entrance, resembled an overgrown hooghan.

    Yellow Dirt

  • He went to the east-facing window and looked down into the security light shining upward.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • There's a silver teapot sitting on the table before her, gleaming in the mid-morning sunshine that floods in through the east-facing windows.

    Reflections on Chrome

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