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  • It is understood the name "Greg" appeared in the corner of notes taken by Mulcaire – believed to be a reference to the News of the World's former assistant editor news Greg Miskiw.

    Families of 7/7 victims 'were targets of phone hacking'

  • He locked the back door and whistled for Artie, who came flying around the corner of the barn, a happy grin on his big, silly dog-face.

    Moon Dance

  • When I reached the corner the woman was just passing Dana Street, the street lamps creating pools of illumination through which she moved soundlessly.

    The Killing Kind

  • She tucked her purse under her arm and started hustling around the corner of Eighty-fourth and Lexington.

    After Hours

  • LaShekia had grown up pretty much like any American city kid, in a white two-story with sky blue trim on the corner of Mapleridge and Deerfield, four blocks north of 537 East Delavan.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • Dan Reilly, of the National Weather Service, had set up his table of exhibits just around the corner from the hurricane window display.

    The Daily News - News

  • There were high-stakes games at several casinos in Las Vegas, but no room had higher action than the Dunes, a mob-run casino at the corner of Flamingo and Las Vegas Boulevard, where the Bellagio now stands.

    One of a Kind

  • The Old Port was buzzing, and noisy crowds congregated at the corner of Forest and Union, the edge of the main drag.

    The Killing Kind

  • I watched Angel get out and walk casually to the corner of Main and Temple, then turn into the back lot of the Fellowship's building at the junction with the Hunan Legends Chinese restaurant when he saw that the street was clear.

    The Killing Kind

  • Kirsten hung up and tracked down a yellow taxi waiting at the corner of Thirty-eighth Street and Tenth Avenue.

    After Hours


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