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  • He hooked a sharp left and two rights before he came upon what Charlie called his one-room bungalow.

    A Love So Deep

  • He hooked a sharp left and two rights before he came upon what Charlie called his one-room bungalow.

    A Love So Deep

  • He hooked a sharp left and two rights before he came upon what Charlie called his one-room bungalow.

    A Love So Deep

  • The inn has a one-room spa (my massage was excellent), and serves a fine breakfast but doesn't offer lunch or dinner.

    Head to Head

  • Kuangu Kuangu is a stone, timber and canvas one-room hideaway – with kitchen and bathroom open to the heavens – tucked into a boulder-strewn dune in the Namib Desert.

    Alternative hen, stag and honeymoon destinations

  • But where I was, was a one-room studio, really hand-to-mouthing it.

    The Funny People Behind the Famous Ads

  • This program will build about 1,000 to 1,200 temporary one-room housing units in the areas overwhelmed with tent cities, specifically in smaller communities that Yéle Haiti feels more able to serve, she says.

    Wyclef Jean aims to keep Haiti earthquake relief at forefront

  • On a recent afternoon at his brother's one-room factory, six boys ages 11 to 16 sewed red frocks.

    For India's Lowest Castes, Path Forward Is 'Backward'

  • Shizu and Beauty’s barbershop, on the corner of Merchant and Bishop Streets, was perhaps not quite as successful, but business was good enough so that Beauty was able to move out of our home and rent for herself and Mary a small one-room walk-up on River Street.

    Excerpt: Honolulu by Alan Brennert

  • Ownership of the knife has made Ben the envy of the other boys at Lochiel's one-room school.

    Excerpt: Crossers by Philip Caputo

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