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  • Their attic home was a bare-looking place by the next evening. Cited from Grand-Daddy Whiskers, M.D., by Nellie M. Leonard
  • She said they used to be able to see Three-Corner Green from their attic-windows. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Volume 22. July, 1878, by Various
  • When the little boy was about six years of age a strange man came to their attic home to visit the little old woman. Cited from The Outlaw of Torn by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • They also seal the small room in their attic bedroom where the box was found.
  • Late one night, he tried wearing a ring with a fly-shaped emblem he found in their attic.
  • The couple had a private museum in their attic.
  • They repudiate the truth that something behind their attic door is now awake but must now face brave their greatest fear.
  • As flood waters rise throughout their house, the family is forced to move up into their attic and eventually onto the roof of their house.
  • One day, Mama gets an idea from a magazine to turn their attic into a lovely family room.
  • Several houses in the east side of the crescent have dormer windows in their attic space.
  • No one pays any heed to the hand-organ man and his wife as they climb to their attic. Cited from Children of the Tenements, by Jacob A. Riis
  • Harry and Tommy throw a party in their attic to say goodbye to all of their friends.
  • Their happy days in the woods and fields were over, and there was nothing for them but to spend the whole day in their attic bedroom. Cited from The Children's Pilgrimage, by L. T. Meade
  • Exploring their attic he discovered a gramophone and some jazz records.
  • Arriving home at their attic flat, he surreptitiously goes through his sleeping wife's handbag before getting into bed with her.
  • In case of a revolt among the soldiers, the Governor could bolt them into their attic, and they would find great difficulty in getting out. Cited from A Rock in the Baltic, by Robert Barr
  • At the door of their attics she was met by Jasmine. Cited from The Palace Beautiful, by L. T. Meade
  • In contrastic to their Attic counterparts, they were mostly produced for local markets.
  • The figures lack the three-dimensionality of their Attic models.
  • Marcel and Rudolph are now living together in their attic-studio. Cited from La Boheme Libretto, by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica
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