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  • Images of an engorged chipmunk faded with the glowing horizon—visible only through Lily's half-bath window—as she fell into a calm sleep.

    Paper Lanterns

  • Bathrooms: 3 full, 2 three-quarter and 1 half-bath

    Fargo, N.D., real estate market, home sales going strong

  • What's left -- a washer-dryer, good neighbors, and a half-bath -- is what good marriages are made of.

    Teri Karush Rogers: My Co-op Thanks Giving

  • Two of the full bathrooms and one half-bath are all marble.

    On the Atlantic

  •        Richard was brushing his teeth in the half-bath when he heard Sarah coming down the hall.

    12:00 Somewhere

  • Those who still had sharp ears could hear vomiting echo in the half-bath off the den.

    The Cool Aunt

  • I went into my room and the small half-bath off it, and sit down on the floor in front of my toilet, weeping and resting my head on the toilet seat.

    HAROLD DERWIN BARNETT, 22 May 1925 - 16 October 2006

  • In fact, hanging out with D.G.D. in his dingy one-bedroom/half-bath apartment is mostly just a weekend thing.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • THE PREVIOUS DAY Hackberry Holland had given over the back bedroom and the half-bath of his house to Vikki Gaddis and Pete Flores.

    Rain Gods

  • He retrieved two gleaming blue-silver cans from the fridge, set them on the counter, then went into the little half-bath off the kitchen and urinated.

    Naked

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