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  • Three hours later Geordi and Leah were walking in the half-gravity through a near-empty ship.

    Star Trek The Next Generation®

  • Hotels across Manama are near-empty, and the retail and tourism industry has been badly hit.

    Violence Re-Emerges in Bahrain

  • For three months I enjoyed a near-empty law library without having to tell anyone to shut up or leave, absolutely no line-ups at campus coffee shops and restaurants, an extended and less stressful semester, independent study without the guilt that comes with skipping lectures, and for the first time, feeling like anything other than salmon while making my way through the normally over-crowded hallways of York.

    2009 February : Law is Cool

  • Political supporters play cards in the near-empty lobby where the cash machine is empty, the travel agency is closed and waiters give change with paper credit slips because there is a shortage of small bills.

    Troops Surround Hotel of Internationally-Recognized Winner of Ivory Coast Vote

  • Analyst Sager notes that whoever runs the Arab world's poorest country must tackle all these problems with a near-empty government vault.

    Yemen's Wounded President Saleh in Saudi Arabia

  • For three months I enjoyed a near-empty law library without having to tell anyone to shut up or leave, absolutely no line-ups at campus coffee shops and restaurants, an extended and less stressful semester, independent study without the guilt that comes with skipping lectures, and for the first time, feeling like anything other than salmon while making my way through the normally over-crowded hallways of York.

    The Wall : Law is Cool

  • Analyst Sager notes that whoever runs the Arab world's poorest country must tackle all these problems with a near-empty government vault.

    Yemen's Wounded President Saleh in Saudi Arabia

  • Analyst Sager notes that whoever runs the Arab world's poorest country must tackle all these problems with a near-empty government vault.

    Yemen's Wounded President Saleh in Saudi Arabia

  • They roamed Nationals Park's corridors in their uniform tops and red caps, swaggering proudly, seemingly oblivious to the fact that the young Nationals and their near-empty stadium recalled what baseball had once been in Philadelphia.

    The Phillies fans celebrate

  • Analyst Sager notes that whoever runs the Arab world's poorest country must tackle all these problems with a near-empty government vault.

    Yemen's Wounded President Saleh in Saudi Arabia

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