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alcove
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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • After passing through an alcove containing a safe, a wardrobe and a big supply cupboard, you come to the small, dark, stuffy back office.
  • Sure enough, at eight o’clock we all trooped downstairs through the hall in pitch darkness (it gave me the shivers, and I wished I was safely back upstairs!) to the alcove.
  • He was surprised, but he went on through and was even more astonished to see that the alcove doors were open as well and that there was a terrible mess in the front office.

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  • a beautiful room with an alcove window
  • we met in an alcove of the garden

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