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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The high rent of a Broadway store, says the economist, does not add a single cent to the price of the things sold in it.
The voice drifted up from the corner of Taylor and Broadway, where the two men waited for a car.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Lamb kept at a cautious distance as they moved several blocks up Broadway.
But a few seconds later, his long legs were carrying him rapidly toward Broadway.
He was hanging around by the cab stand above 96th on the west side of Broadway, waiting hopefully.
Wilson Lamb hummed as he headed up toward Broadway and decided to have dinner.
You go there to-night, get the car, and have it down at the Broadway Wharf to meet the 11:30 boat—the one the theater crowd uses.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
They chose an hotel some distance down Broadway, within a stone's throw of Rector's Restaurant.
THE DOUBLE FOURE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Coronado was dressed, on this spring morning, precisely as American dandies then dressed for summer promenades on Broadway.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
"Hardly at the foot of Broadway," Jack began, but Jimmie interrupted.

WORDS RELATED TO BROADWAY

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