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  • Senegalese peacekeepers do laundry by the pool, their clothes drying across plastic lounge chairs circling the now-deserted pool bar.

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

  • They went down the trail along the twisting avenue of acacias, past the fire pit where the evening buffet was normally held, past the now-deserted croquet lawn.

    The Laugh

  • They went down the trail along the twisting avenue of acacias, past the fire pit where the evening buffet was normally held, past the now-deserted croquet lawn.

    The Laugh

  • They went down the trail along the twisting avenue of acacias, past the fire pit where the evening buffet was normally held, past the now-deserted croquet lawn.

    The Laugh

  • People walked around the lobby and the now-deserted Humphrey HQ, dazed over what had happened the night before.

    The Lessons of Chicago

  • Greg and I were out there acting like fools in the area beside the now-deserted dook bench.

    oh, the rogue - the red, red rogue

  • Xander crossed the now-deserted gardens and found his room.

    Lord of the Silver Bow

  • It was past the babies 'bedtime, so Sarah and Nan went together to beg Maya for their delayed tea, and carried the tray themselves up to the now-deserted nursery.

    The Wizard Of London

  • Above it, also on the right bank, is the now-deserted site where Messrs. Adams and Preston nearly came to grief for bewitching the population with “bad book.”

    Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo

  • Charlie Company rolls through a now-deserted Republican Guard base.

    CNN Transcript Apr 4, 2003

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