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  • On one edge of the clearing was a small grass house, open-sided, a mere rain-shelter.

    Chapter 24

  • Following the earthquake of 2010, the Leadership Training & Mentoring program met for its first year in an open-sided tent with no security, electricity or connectivity.

    Jim Luce: Haiti: Almost Two Years Later

  • Some farmers are helping their livestock adapt to extreme heat by installing monoslope buildings -- open-sided structures with an angled roof that can reduce temperatures by 10 to 20 degrees and allow better survival rates.

    Brenda Ekwurzel, Ph.D.: Taking Stock of the Summer of Extremes: 2011

  • Following the earthquake of 2010, the Leadership Training & Mentoring program met for its first year in an open-sided tent with no security, electricity or connectivity.

    Jim Luce: Haiti: Almost Two Years Later

  • Strong breezes blew through the seats of the open-sided Crosby Theatre Friday evening.

    Rodney Punt: Madame Butterfly Takes Wing in Santa Fe

  • The open-sided marquee construction is pleasing on the eye.

    Restaurant review: Tom's Terrace

  • Tuk-tuks, though iconic, will involve a little bartering to get the fare right (40B or 80p for a short trip) and many find the reality of trundling through traffic in an open-sided vehicle is not the delightful experience it appears.

    Ask Tom - your travel dilemmas answered

  • Strong breezes blew through the seats of the open-sided Crosby Theatre Friday evening.

    Rodney Punt: Madame Butterfly Takes Wing in Santa Fe

  • For the Yuldashev family, it was a harsh tradeoff: leaving their shattered city neighborhood for a frustrating limbo in a flimsy open-sided shelter that they set up themselves.

    After the Violence in Kyrgyzstan

  • From the open-sided lanai on the second floor we could see the pass scooped in the Kolekole Ridgeline where the Japanese dive bombers rode in on the blinding rays of the morning sun to bomb and strafe Schofield and neighboring Hickam field on that infamous December day 20 years before.

    Pacific Light

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