1 He entered Paris by the suburb of St. Marceau, and fancied that he was in the dirtiest village of Westphalia.
2 Wherever it is placed on the borders of a capital, a railway station is the death of a suburb and the birth of a city.
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3 Because that to the left ran towards a suburb, that is to say, towards inhabited regions, and the right branch towards the open country, that is to say, towards deserted regions.
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4 Athos walked in the direction indicated, and reached the suburb situated at the opposite extremity of the city from that by which he and his friends had entered it.
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5 By ten o'clock in the morning of the second of September, only the rear guard remained in the Dorogomilov suburb, where they had ample room.
6 He took his seat beside the aide-de-camp on duty and drove into the suburb.
7 He did not drive into the town, but put up at an inn in the Dorogomilov suburb.
8 But as the artist lived in a remote suburb, it was decided to take the carriage.
9 An hour later Anna, with Golenishtchev by her side and Vronsky on the front seat of the carriage, facing them, drove up to a new ugly house in the remote suburb.
10 The fairy-book suburb of Forest Hills on Long Island.
11 They owned a flourishing grocery business in a thickly populated suburb of Memphis, and a white man named Barrett had one on the opposite corner.
12 He hardly spoke a word the whole way out to the southern suburb, but sat with his chin upon his breast and his hat drawn over his eyes, sunk in the deepest thought.
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13 Mr. Jonas Oldacre is a well known resident of that suburb, where he has carried on his business as a builder for many years.
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14 With no breakfast, he rushed to the suburb he had been told about.
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15 As he spoke, he looked out the window and saw how, just then, they were getting closer to the suburb where the court offices were.