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The clubs often provide major media outlets with exclusive access to news sources, while generally barring foreign and freelance reporters.

Macedonians captured 40,000 men and 230,000 oxen which, barring the element of exaggeration, shows that it was not really an army of
hover craft, Rance Burgess, accompanied by thugs on horseback, approaches the madam, Nandi (played by Melinda Clarke ), looking for "the girl." The performance is usually a drama, held on a barren stage that combines dances, chants, and songs.

Starbuck finds herself stranded on a barren rocky world wracked by violent winds.

The goat head will browse on the toughest plants and shrubs and will derive nutrition from the most barren vegetation while the lion and dragon heads can only be satisfied with flesh.

Prologue Long ago, a great war left the continent of Lanzheim a barren ruin.

The village was on high rocky barren land.

The main lodge at the barren River Reservoir State Park near Lucas is also named for Nunn.

Mexico City seeks to destroy all organic life and has reduced its Zone to a barren and toxic wasteland inhabited only by machines.

Kiefer is known for evocative and soulful images of barren German landscapes.

For the last 150 years the region has seen continual fighting to gain access to natural resources in an otherwise barren land.

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