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  • Mr. Ellerbe said Mr. John was sitting in a chair in the doorway of their second-story apartment when he left to go out for a run in the park.

    Machete Attack, Then Fire

  • Reporters and spectators gathered in the second-story courtroom in downtown Martinsville expecting a five-day trial.

    Judge finds Indiana teen guilty in school shooting

  • "Come inside?" she said, pointing to a second-story window, where a cat rested beneath a weeping willow.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • My brothers were sprawled out on the carpet of the second-story landing, Parker fighting to break free from Nick, who had him in a headlock.

    Odd Girl In

  • My four-month-old baby and I were locked in a second-story bedroom with no chance of escape until at least ten hours later when my husband returned for dinner.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: New Moms

  • A black lantern hung suspended from the roof of the second-story porch above us.

    Darkness Becomes Her

  • The house had a long second-story balcony and thick white columns that seemed as stout as the oak trees on the grounds.

    Darkness Becomes Her

  • My gaze traveled across the dark street, over the iron gate, and up to the second-story windows.

    Darkness Becomes Her

  • “Patrick, there is no way a cat can leap up to a second-story windowsill.”

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

  • He says they have spent just over one million kronor on renovations, which have included an ongoing conversion of a building on the property into an "art motel," as well as redoing an expansive second-story storage space into an office for Mr. Madestrand.

    Summering in Style in Scandinavia

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