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At an overlook a few miles outside of town, Redman pulls two cords of LED lights, one green and one purple, from her bag.
The section is full of scenic overlooks and quick day hikes.
The Roam offers turn-by-turn navigation and will even route you back on track if you decide to take a detour to a scenic overlook or coffeeshop.
Outdoor Voices uses a polyester-spandex blend that’s a little more rugged and compressive than the other picks here, so you can take a seat at a rocky overlook and not worry about scuffing up the bum.
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This breakdown provides a great overlook of what emotions are already prominent in your niche’s content.
Yuh want t' keep your eye glued t' that peep-glass in the mornin', and not overlook no motions.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Overlook the deficiencies of others when conversing with them, as they may be the results of ignorance, and impossible to correct.
Danton insisted that they must overlook the massacres, and give at least an implied assent to their necessity.
The scanty ruins of the castle where the prince was born still overlook the town.
The insult that mademoiselle might overlook might even not have fully understood—set him afire with indignation for her sake.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI

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