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  • We had perfect blue-sky weather all weekend, so with the windows rolled down and old Nirvana tunes blaring from the radio, we meandered along the lake and through the tree-shaded back roads.

    Anna Watson Carl: Eating Traverse City: Part I

  • Those carbs will come in handy: The eastern terminus of the scenic, tree-shaded Cape Cod Rail Trail is right across the street.

    Cape Cod

  • The tree-shaded home was set back about 100 feet from a highway, with a cow pasture in front.

    Yuma Shooting: Arizona Rampage Leaves 6 Dead

  • We had perfect blue-sky weather all weekend, so with the windows rolled down and old Nirvana tunes blaring from the radio, we meandered along the lake and through the tree-shaded back roads.

    Anna Watson Carl: Eating Traverse City: Part I

  • Its campus, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the architect of New York's Central Park, is a tree-shaded refuge.

    Where I find inspiration …

  • The tree-shaded home was set back about 100 feet from a highway, with a cow pasture in front.

    Police: Gunman kills 5 then self in Arizona

  • But you will also see a new police precinct rising, solid and reassuring, in a tough neighborhood, and once crime-ridden streets near downtown now lined with rows of new, tree-shaded townhouses.

    Howard Fineman: Newark's Story -- and Ours

  • But you will also see a new police precinct rising, solid and reassuring, in a tough neighborhood, and once crime-ridden streets near downtown now lined with rows of new, tree-shaded townhouses.

    Howard Fineman: Newark's Story -- and Ours

  • But you will also see a new police precinct rising, solid and reassuring, in a tough neighborhood, and once crime-ridden streets near downtown now lined with rows of new, tree-shaded townhouses.

    Howard Fineman: Newark's Story -- and Ours

  • Before he went to Rome to meet with Weizsäcker, Donovan had flown to Grenoble southwest of Lyon, where the OSS had commandeered a tree-shaded château with a glorious view of the Alps.

    Wild Bill Donovan

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