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  • Fitful sunshine slid through the cloud breaks to highlight a handful of stone-walled pastures, but the atmosphere was fairly grim; rain threatened on the chill wind.

    Country diary: Southern Snowdonia

  • A short, stiff climb up the opposite slope brought me across more stone-walled pastures punctuated with molehills but these were beyond the border of the farm-wife's empire.

    Country diary: North Derbyshire

  • In exchange for making a donation to a hospital on nearby St. Vincent, Jigsaw fashion moguls John and Belle Robinson waved the usual $14,000 weekly rental fee and lent the couple Villa Hibiscus, their stone-walled hilltop estate overlooking Macaroni Beach.

    William and Kate

  • It was the Democratic lawmakers that gave the recent increases to the GI Bill which had previously been repeatedly blocked and stone-walled by the Republican lawmakers.

    First on the Ticker: DNC ad: GOP 'playing politics with our troops'

  • Expect parades, concerts, fireworks and a running of the bulls through the cobblestone and stone-walled streets.

    Terri Colby: Visiting The Ancient Skyscrapers Of Cuenca, Spain

  • The worst Thai-Cambodian fighting in years spread Tuesday to a third stone-walled temple, as the neighbors exchanged artillery fire in border clashes that have killed 13 soldiers and displaced 50,000 villagers.

    What's News—

  • In exchange for making a donation to a hospital on nearby St. Vincent, Jigsaw fashion moguls John and Belle Robinson waved the usual $14,000 weekly rental fee and lent the couple Villa Hibiscus, their stone-walled hilltop estate overlooking Macaroni Beach.

    William and Kate

  • Heading to the courts is probably for the best, since any attempt to put the issue in front of the voters will be stone-walled by Christie (despite his rhetoric that the issue should be put in front of the voters).

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: January 8, 2010

  • I should follow these other convicts out, endure the hell of inquisition they endured, and be brought back a wreck and flung on the stone floor of my stone-walled, iron-doored dungeon.

    Chapter 4

  • He stone-walled everything that the Congress wanted to do because it was run by Democrats.

    Congress needs to rein in spending, Thune says

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