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  • The Paris Métro is the second oldest subway system in the world, it is also the one with the best coverage, as you are pretty much only going to be about 500 meters from a station if you ever need to get anywhere.

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  • It takes four hours on an un-air-conditioned minibus called a tro-tros to get from Accra, the capital of Ghana, to the town of Elmina.

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  • a channel the narrator uses lyricism in tro deny cliches. defined by physicality and what the narrator feels. the medium through which the reader attempts to connect to the narrator

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  • A traditional Cambodian musician plays the "tro" similar to a violin, for tourists, Friday, March 6, 2009, near Bantay Srey temple on the outskirts of Siem Reap,

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  • A tentative, mournful melody floats from a two-stringed "tro" bowed by Kak Vy, whose right leg is gone.

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  • A tentative, mournful melody floats from a two-stringed "tro" bowed by Kak Vy, whose right leg is gone.

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  • A tentative, mournful melody floats from a two-stringed "tro" bowed by Kak Vy, whose right leg is gone.

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  • Khan Ny, 55, plays the "tro" a traditional Cambodian musical instrument similar to a violin, Friday, March 6, 2009, near Bantay Srey temple on the outskirts of Siem Reap, Cambodia.

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  • A tentative, mournful melody floats from a two-stringed "tro" bowed by Kak Vy, whose right leg is gone.

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  • Kham Ny, a traditional Cambodian musician looks on as he plays the "tro" which is similar to a violin, Friday, March 6, 2009, near Bantay Srey temple on the outskirts of Siem Reap, Cambodia.

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