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  • It's got a beach, so Russian fly down over the Blck Sea in their droves, stay in weird hotels looking out over the shining landscape, walk down to the sea between the glass and plastic walls, get drunk on the beach and then walk back up to the hotel again through the roofed-in landscape.

    it's a wrap.

  • The roofed-in parts and the posts could only be distinguished because they were a still deeper black in the midst of the black darkness.

    The Inn

  • His black hat was brown before he could afford a coat, his pantaloons were white at the seams and knees before he could buy a pair of boots, his boots had worn out before he could treat himself to new pantaloons, and, by the time he worked round to the hat again, that shining modern article roofed-in an ancient ruin of various periods.

    Our Mutual Friend

  • A passenger train is standing exactly opposite the door, and behind it a red building with a roofed-in platform — a big station with a refreshment bar.

    The Schoolmistress and other stories

  • They came thundering romantically through the dark cavern of the roofed-in bridge, and they dismounted at the entrance to the village.

    Twilight in Italy

  • Warding off the attack of a big, fierce, dirty dog, which sprang at her, dragging its paws down her dress, Polly waited while her husband undid the door, then followed him through a chaos, which smelt as she had never believed any roofed-in place could smell, to

    Australia Felix

  • The barrel-organ was parked in the street outside a roofed-in, overhead-heated but windowless sidewalk cafe.

    Puppet on a Chain

  • During the months that Eighty-eight fell free toward the sun, Captain Doyle reduced the working hours of his crew and turned them to the comparatively light labor of building a hotel and converting the little roofed-in valley into a garden spot.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • If there was a roofed-in hole with a box for a table he had it, for his messages were many.

    The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry

  • One by one the three planets became tremendous, roofed-in cities.

    The Black Star Passes


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