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In the alcove beyond the check-in desk, Sanchez and Diaz installed their gurney along a vacant stretch of beige hallway.
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As well as embedding objects in them, some had small, undecorated alcoves just big enough for a single person to crouch within.
Gwynne walked about the large old-fashioned room with its bow-window, and alcove for the bed.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
In a special alcove was a large number of priceless Fourteenth and Sixteenth Century editions.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
In the shadow of an alcove seat Maxwell stood with a small black envelope in his hand.
Cheap, but pretty, curtains hung before the windows and about the alcove where the bed was.
They stepped aside into an alcove set with card-tables, and Susannah gazed away from her companion and down the crowded ballroom.
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On the other, through a curtained alcove, he could see a tiny lavatory.
I gave one glance at the body which had fallen on its face and then I dived for the alcove.
One was working a sewing-machine, and in the alcove behind was their bedroom.
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