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dilapidated-looking

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  • In a back office near a dilapidated-looking mall in suburban Birmingham, Hica recently hosted a women's meeting.

    Tensions rise as Latinos feel under siege in America's deep south

  • The taxi pulled up to a very modest, almost dilapidated-looking building.

    Destined

  • A cloud of dust stirred up as we proceeded on a dilapidated-looking, two-lane blacktop road with no center divider.

    I Am Not A Psychic!

  • After a minute or two they neared a row of dilapidated-looking warehouse buildings, and Raven finally slowed the bike down.

    The Overload Protocol

  • They wear uniform, but are miserable dilapidated-looking creatures, and

    The Golden Chersonese and the way thither

  • He had not altered much since he left Ballarat, save that he looked more dilapidated-looking, but stood there in his usual sullen manner, with his hat drawn down over his eyes.

    Madame Midas

  • Then I said we must get the rubber carriers who were coming this way to show us the ford; and so we sat down on the bank a tired, disconsolate, dilapidated-looking row, until they arrived.

    Travels in West Africa

  • Mr McCandlish had brought along the most dilapidated-looking item of audio equipment she had ever seen, a bulky, bakelite reel-to-reel tape player that gave off a worryingly smoky smell as its spindles turned with arthritic labour and a syncopated squeaking.

    Country of the Blind

  • They were a dilapidated-looking trio, but they were Americans, and for that phenomenal blessing Matt thanked whichever god had seen fit to respond to his isolation.

    Honorbound

  • A gunner tipped up the barrel and poured it into a dilapidated-looking enamelled mug.

    Pushed and the Return Push

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