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  • Yet for every unvisitable Babylon, there are ancient ruins which represent our rich heritage that we can still visit.

    17 Lost Cities Of The World That You Can Still Visit (PHOTOS)

  • At that stage, to all intents and purposes, they were unvisitable.

    right here right now

  • This resolution she accordingly executed; and the next morning before the sun, she huddled on her cloaths, and at a very unfashionable, unseasonable, unvisitable hour, went to Lady

    The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

  • Larger corpses have been mercifully lacking, with the exception of two sheep who made the shingle spit unvisitable for a couple of weeks before they were solemnly buried in quicklime by the local police.

    Try Anything Twice

  • It was not the austere cry of the curlew who dwells on moors when they are unvisitable by men.

    The Judge

  • She would be likely to make quite a difference in the neighbourhood now that it had heard of her and Lady Anstruthers had been seen driving with her, evidently no longer an unvisitable invalid, but actually decently clothed and in her right mind.

    The Shuttle

  • Elban beaches that are unvisitable during Italian school holidays in August are quiet in May, when the island's wild flowers bloom, and even June.

    Summer holidays: 10 best places for under-fives

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  • Citation on unstagnant.

    August 28, 2009