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Low temperatures will tend to dip to near 50 in the District and 40s in our cooler outlying areas, which is also between five and 10 degrees below average.
However, an outlying question for this hypothesis is where the floodwaters came from.
I mean, one of the issues with the Milan’s hospitals right now is, they’re currently filled with people who got sick in outlying areas and then had to move to Milan to be taken care of.
They clattered through the outlying bazaar without disturbing a soul.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
The outlying provinces of that monarchy in Europe would have sufficed to make three highly respectable states of the second order.
They stopped a while at mid-day at an outlying farm, but Winston glanced inquiringly at Alfreton when one of the sleighs went on.
WINSTON OF THE PRAIRIEHAROLD BINDLOSS
The fact is there are so many regattas now that the tendency is to concentration, and consequently outlying stations suffer.
But outlying colonies of their nation exist, as is well known, in several lands, notably in Persia and India.
Sundry outlying Indians, with ammunition to waste, took belly and knee rests and strengthened the thesis to the contrary.
BLAZED TRAIL STORIESSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
The States-General of the Netherlands had no constitutional doubt about imposing duties on their outlying colonies.

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