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Sharon had lived with an outhouse in Mongolia, “so that was something I was used to,” she said.
They bleached outhouses and the area around the concert stage offered plenty of space for social distancing, she said.
Perrier, to avoid these inconveniences, made an under-ground passage, by which his guest could pass to an outhouse.
A door at the side of this led to the little stone outhouse where the water for the pipes both of school and Chapel was heated.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
The bath was in an outhouse about fifty yards across the yard from the ward.
But except at one corner of the roof of an outhouse, no damage had been done to the buildings—except the broken glass.
The cat had left her kittens in an outhouse before the snow began, and afterwards proposed to return to them.
My grandmother noticed that her husband always repaired immediately to the outhouse when he received a letter.
It was not until after much entreaty that the way-worn travellers were allowed shelter, with a bed of straw, in an outhouse.
LOUIS PHILIPPEJOHN S. C. (JOHN STEVENS CABOT) ABBOTT
Julia and I had inspected this empty outhouse that morning, and had decided to have our travelling-cases moved there.
A SHEAF OF CORNMARY E. MANN

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