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  • Guy looked after her desolately.
  • The scattered houses between which they passed in town were small and desolate in contrast to the expanse of huge snowy yards and wide street.
  • Each day it seemed impossible to get through the desolation of not seeing him.
  • The moment was not the highest of her life, but the lowest and most desolate, which was altogether excellent, for instead of slipping downward she began to climb.
  • Bea, the chubby and humming Bea, impartially gave cookies and scoldings to both children, and if Carol refused a cup of coffee and a wafer of buttered knackebrod, she was desolated.

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  • The photos show the desolate surface of the moon.
  • It is in her book of desolate desert photographs.

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