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And now for school, and as we say "school," we regret that there are not more "open-air schools."

The coachman turned into a street where an open-air market was going on.

Both were kindly, both fond of open-air pursuits, and neither of them lazy.

And they scrambled once more up the land slide into the open-air.

The resting for the night in the open-air by an armed party, instead of encamping.

Again, it might be that an open-air exposition for a pageant, was the temporary use.

She had contrived her open-air theater as far as possible on Greek lines.

No spot could be more lovely than the one chosen for their open-air meal.

He seems to have devoted himself to hunting and open-air sports.

Has his open-air moods, too, and amuses me with his Jingoism.

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