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In such context, the museum becomes not just a place for reflection, but a site of refuge and protection.
When he was younger, he and his friends used to hop the fence of a wildlife refuge and go exploring.
Unsuccessful presidential candidates often find refuge back in the marble buildings to the east of Capitol Street.
A member of his party knocked on the door of the biggest house in town and, without mentioning the president, asked for refuge, but the owners said they had no more space.
More than nine months later, I could choose to focus on the fact that Yariel spent nearly a year in the custody of an out-of-control agency that forces those who seek refuge in this country to endure abuse and dehumanization.
2021 IS THE YEAR TO DREAM BIGMICHAEL K. LAVERS AND YARIEL VALDÉS GONZÁLEZDECEMBER 31, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
At the midway point is the stunning little gem of Arabba, where you can find a little refuge that serves a mean bombardino and thick hot chocolates.
There has been an 8,000 percent increase in the number of Venezuelans seeking refuge or asylum worldwide since 2014, according the United Nations Refugee Agency.
Fearing for his life, he took refuge in Spain, a country where he feels he has been reform and from which he speaks with the Washington Blade.
The Affordable Care Act, facing its first test during a deep recession, is providing a refuge for some—but by no means all—people who have lost health coverage as the economy has been battered by the coronavirus pandemic.
In Kansas City, my refuge was a running path along the Missouri River.

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