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We were in a bleak, unsheltered place, now, and had to trudge right along, in order to keep warm, though we rather expected to go over a precipice, sooner or later.
Oh, how dreary it was--the thought of going out at the other end of the wood, into the unsheltered road, without having seen him.
Near the top of this hill, about two miles from Linden-Car, stood Wildfell Hall, a superannuated mansion of the Elizabethan era, built of dark grey stone, venerable and picturesque to look at, but doubtless, cold and gloomy enough to inhabit, with its thick stone mullions and little latticed panes, its time-eaten air-holes, and its too lonely, too unsheltered situation, - only shielded from the war of wind and weather by a group of Scotch firs, themselves half blighted with storms, and looking as stern and gloomy as the Hall itself.
She lay there, a distressed, unsheltered, senseless creature.
Cousin Caroline was a lady of very imposing height and circumference, but in spite of her size and her handsome trappings, there was something exposed and unsheltered in her expression, as if for many summers her thin red skin and hooked nose and reduplication of chins, so much resembling the profile of a cockatoo, had been bared to the weather; she was, indeed, a single lady; but she had, it was the habit to say, "made a life for herself," and was thus entitled to be heard with respect.
The latter, seen from above, presented, toward the west, so broad an horizon that it might have been called a sea; the distance between the two shores is so great that communication cannot be established, and storms are frequent and violent, for the winds sweep with fury over this elevated and unsheltered basin.
It belonged to a red-haired person - a youth of fifteen, as I take it now, but looking much older - whose hair was cropped as close as the closest stubble; who had hardly any eyebrows, and no eyelashes, and eyes of a red-brown, so unsheltered and unshaded, that I remember wondering how he went to sleep.
The subject of this public performance is the reconstruction of the football and athletic stadium TJ Nov Jicn.Reconstruction consists in modification and modernization of athletic stands (shot put, long jump, triple jump, high jump, javelin throw), overall replacement of athletic oval surface on tartan, repair and completion of adjacent paved areas, establishment of new grass playing area including hybrid lawn wicket space, three modular stands for 405 spectators (2 roofed and 1 unsheltered), modernization of the irrigation and drainage system of the football field, installation of two modular containers for storing equipment next to the grandstand, repair and replacement of fencing and entrance gates stadium and in the location of the new scoreboard.
has 600,000 homeless people on any given night, and about 200,000 of them are unsheltered --sleeping on sidewalks and under bridges, or in cars, small tents, or vacant buildings.
On a single night in 2017, more than 550,000 individuals were experiencing homelessness, and more than one-third of these individuals were in unsheltered locations such as abandoned buildings, under bridges, or in parks (U.S.
There haven't been any drastic changes to it since its inception, except for multiple bug fixes and some minor additions like the addition of trees and buildings to areas that were too unsheltered. Recently, a leaked map image suggested that the company is working on a big overhaul for the map and now, the game developers have fessed up that there are some considerable changes coming to the map.
Estimates of homelessness are higher when unsheltered persons are considered.
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