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Spaces in stacks of bricks, holes in the ground or in buildings, and window-sills are held in high esteem as nesting sites.
A BIRD CALENDAR FOR NORTHERN INDIADOUGLAS DEWAR
Spaces between the houses and narrow turnings give glimpses of the rich green country down below.
NORMANDY, COMPLETEGORDON HOME
Spaces of consciousness and unconsciousness were woven together in a kind of patchwork chaos of mind.
THE LAST SHOTFREDERICK PALMER
Spaces where the wounded can be temporarily placed during action.
THE LIFE OF MRS. HUMPHRY WARDJANET PENROSE TREVELYAN
Spaces are left between the ends of rails on railroads so that when they expand in summer they will not distort the track.
PHYSICSWILLIS EUGENE TOWER
Spaces were cleared around the quarters and the snow piled up until the buildings were half hidden.
TEN YEARS IN THE RANKS, U.S. ARMYAUGUSTUS MEYERS
Spaces of woodland here and there dapple the slopes, and the cozy red farm-houses repose by the side of their capacious red barns.
THE MARCH FAMILY TRILOGY, COMPLETEWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
Spaces are short blank types and are used to separate one word from another.
UP TO DATE BUSINESSVARIOUS
Spaces of time extending over rather more than a year may now be dismissed in a chapter.
CHILDREN OF THE MISTEDEN PHILLPOTTS
The Spaces between the letters are wide, each letter thus standing out boldly and distinctly by itself.
EARLY DAYS IN NORTH QUEENSLANDEDWARD PALMER

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