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Dan Reilly, of the National Weather Service, had set up his table of exhibits just around the corner from the hurricane window display.
While the Habitas gunsmithy had thrived that had not been so awkward, for the young pair lived in a two-roomed rented apartment on Temple Street across the Avon, just around the corner from the Habitas workshop and the Jewish synagogue.
Room eight-seven, Clay street, the Bowhead Lodging House, you know the place, entrance just around the corner from the Bowhead Saloon.
“In the afternoon I had a fitting, just around the corner from here … Then I had a drink at Jean’s, in Rue Marboeuf … I must have come home around nine o’clock.”