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  • n. Plural form of veranda.


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  • i have optimised the pages following IBP and also used the other function for optimising the term verandas


  • The wind – heavy with the perfume that stirred so many hearts with longing, eddied carelessly into the garden of the big brick house with the plain verandas, doubling round to the garden at the back, where, in an old-fashioned rocking chair with chintz cushions, sat the ex-Premier.

    Purple Springs

  • We then used the form finder and think i have got quite a few incoming links starting with forms with the word verandas on the page then working through other keywords. now my first question should i be only changing little bits at a time to see if it has worked or should i change alot according to what IBP says, and also how long until i see the changes in rank if any? our two main competitors rank 1 and 2 the companies are 'past recast' only has 7 inbound links veranda living has a large amount hundereds found this info using, submit it express - link popularity check it would be much appreciated if some body could give me any tips by taking a look at our page and our competitors, i think we rank about page 10 at the moment so not very good.


  • I grew up in Toronto, Canada, where we had 'verandas' which, as the articles state, are another name for the same thing.

    The Front Porch

  • The richer Singhalese live in extensive "verandas" which are almost open, and are divided into rooms by thin panels, resembling in this respect the Japanese houses.

    The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II

  • If you are a smoker, this means no more smoking in partially enclosed areas such as verandas, no smoking near doorways of buildings, and no smoking in commercial vehicles or in a vehicle if there is a child in it, amongst other strict regulations.


  • "You call them 'verandas' or 'piazzas,' back East, Tilly.

    The Sunbridge Girls at Six Star Ranch

  • It was a red house of two storeys, looking lower than it was because of its width and the great trees that grew all round it, as well as because of its broad balconies and verandas.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Life there is slung in hammocks and slouching in verandas, staring, smoking and sitting, sleeping with strewn dogs or wandering lethargically toward church.

    Honda Honda, Faster Faster « Unknowing

  • Hemingway said the smart set stood on the verandas, drank red wine, and watched the nuts run with the bulls.

    Save as draft


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