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  • But as I recall you live pretty close to the center of Xalapa, and I suspect your local "Mom and Pop" stores have more of a selection than what's available in the few tiny housefront tienditas that can be found in our little colonia on the outskirts of town.

    Things looking up in Tuxpan

  • I respect her writing and say this (like your lurker) without wagging my finger, but I really don't know how she sleeps at night, have such a vast readership and having her names and home city (and pictures of their housefront, to boot) so unbelieveably public.

    Exposed

  • Grange — not if I might have the privilege of flinging joseph off the highest gable, and painting the housefront with

    Wuthering Heights

  • The architecture of Brooklyn is whimsical at one moment, ugly the next, just like the gardens or door-steps would be: one housefront barren, ugly and worn down, perhaps with garbage blown up in a corner, next door it would be bright, decorated and neat, cared for to the extreme.

    Archive 2001-09-01

  • And the rutty paving stones which stretch from housefront to housefront are crawling with people and goats and dogs and children.

    Europe Revised

  • On the housefront, tall, shiny windowpanes reflect our coming.

    The New Yorker

  • But once Google Street View starts by the end of the year people will still have the option to inform Google if they want their housefront made unrecognizable through a function on

    Reuters: Top News

  • I respect her writing and say this (like your lurker) without wagging my finger, but I really don’t know how she sleeps at night, have such a vast readership and having her names and home city (and pictures of their housefront, to boot) so unbelieveably public.

    Exposed | Her Bad Mother

  • I lunched in a dusky ballroom whose ceiling was vaulted, frescoed and gilded with the fatal facility of a couple of centuries ago, and which looked out upon another ancient housefront, equally huge and equally battered, separated from it only by a little wedge of dusky space -- one of the principal streets, I believe, of Genoa -- whence out of dim abysses the population sent up to the windows (I had to crane out very far to see it) a perpetual clattering, shuffling, chaffering sound.

    Italian Hours

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