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The others were all more cramped, dirty, dark or yardless versions of our present house.
There is nothing in the world so excellent as rain-water for the skin, but it's a great bulging problem as to how those of us who live in yardless flats and apartments can manage to catch the elusive rain-drops.
The great homeless, yardless tenement, where the children of the immigrants are condemned to live, is the nursery of sickness and crime.
All the statistics available prove that vice and crime are far more common among the children of immigrants than among the children of native parentage, and this is due no less to the yardless tenement and street playground than to widespread poverty.
Residents of yardless dwellings will be anxious to have green spaces and public places to relax, recreate and socialize outdoors.
I can't - I live in Australia and in a tiny yardless flat.
Composting: It's a no-brainer for gardeners, but not so obvious for the yardless among us.