Bus-stop sentence example

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  • There was no doubt that she appreciated Cynthia's cooking far more than the bus stop steam lines of the last few days.

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  • As the cars came through the bus Stop chicane for the first time it was Senna leading from Engel, Bakkerud and Jarvis.

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  • The westbound bus stop service is now located within the new lay-by, on the northwest side of the Floral Clock Gardens.

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  • The gentleman at the bus stop probably didn't realize my wide-angle lens would capture him.

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  • Don't expect a long conversation with a total stranger at the bus stop or in the bus.

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  • South of Church Street the next bus stop is just past the pedestrian underpass by " Deansway " .

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  • But I do n't trundle around, doing pictures of someone at a bus stop really .

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  • South of Church Street the next bus stop is just past the pedestrian underpass by " Deansway ".

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  • You never know where your next new friend may be waiting to meet someone like you, either in your next group project or at the bus stop.

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  • There are also licensed songs that your favorite Disney characters sing like Do the Bus Stop and Macho Macho Man (called Macho Duck).

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  • Other line dances such as the Continental Walk and the Bus Stop were basically versions of the original Hustle but with the dancers turning to repeat steps in four different directions sequentially.

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  • If your child stands at a bus stop or will be using the backpack outdoors, you will want to choose a material that can withstand the elements.

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  • More depressing news filled the paper; a drive-by shooting in Dorchester, a knifing at a Boston bus stop and a baby abandoned in a rest room at Logan Airport.

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  • She moved away from the bus stop and joined the crowds on the sidewalk.

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  • There's no need to be so specific anyone could track you down at the shift you're working at McDonald's or the bus stop you stand at every night.

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  • Parkas were a great way to stay warm and dry on the playground or at the bus stop even on damp and windy winter days.

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  • For basic errands it can also be time-consuming and put seniors in the position of having to carry heavy loads to and from the bus stop.

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  • They can be boots you wear on a snowy walk to the bus stop or kept on your feet all day.

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  • How to behave at a neighborhood bus stop.

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