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She opened closet doors, snapped light switches, hunted for stains on the carpet.
The officers returned fire, fatally shooting the man in the closet who was later identified as Green.
So Wessel-Kroeschell, who has served in the statehouse since 2005, began her challenge to the speaker by looking inside her closet for the perfect pair of denim.
If he leaves for college, Gross may bring one of his Capitals jerseys, so he’s reminded of his mom each time he opens his closet in his dorm room.
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During the pandemic, many Americans have reclaimed stuffed closets and basements, turning up lost family documents and forgotten mementos.
It’s the stuff that crowds of tourists and locals alike buy in a political fervor and that later stubbornly remains in kitchen drawers and closet shelves for years, the bric-a-brac of history.
Yet, I would argue that most of us, either knowingly or unknowingly, remain closet vitalists.
Its closet filled with pajamas, Hot Wheels toy cars, bats and balls, a suit for Sunday church.
Scarves also don’t take up much room in your closet or drawer so they often are a collectible item.

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