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1. It was an ordinary, post-war semi-detached.
2. They live in a semi-detached house.
3. They lived in a modest semi-detached house in the suburbs.
4. About 30 police of whom a third were armed surrounded the semi-detached house and evacuated neighbouring homes.
5. I was not surprised, although I was rather gratified, to find the semi-detached house one of incredible modesty.
6. It was semi-detached and mock Tudor, in a quiet suburban street lined with acacia trees and unbroken street lamps.
7. Lorry driver Mr Wynne, 47, was woken by screams coming from the semi-detached house next door.
8. A pair of semi-detached houses which seemed rather out of place adjoined Invicta Terrace.
9. She and Jarvis's father and Jarvis lived in a semi-detached house in Wimbledon.
10. We parked in a pleasant street[sentencedict.com], lined with trees and filled with detached and semi-detached suburban villas.
11. Meanwhile private inter-war suburbia had its distinctive style where the semi-detached house was dominant.
12. Paul Fitzpatrick finds the gem of rugby league literature Semi-detached Moorhouse.
13. Neighbours were evacuated as smoke billowed from the semi-detached bungalow in Didcot, Oxon, late on Christmas eve.
14. After 1945 vast new estates, mainly of semi-detached houses, began to extend further out.
15. You are not bothered whether the house is detached or semi-detached, but you do not want to live on an estate.
16. All three brothers had settled themselves in the area, Nathan's being a pleasant semi-detached residence of three storeys.
17. From the darkness between the semi-detached houses across the street came the familiar figure of Jack Stone.
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18. In the past I have lived in a large Victorian house and a 1930s semi-detached.
19. Many semidetached houses were built in the 1920s and 1930s by private companies.
20. It's with regard to your enquiry for a semidetached house.
21. The disarmament agency accordingly came into being as a semidetached part of State.
22. He met a man named Norman Burt, who owned two semidetached houses in London; Burt let students live in one of them, and he lived in the other.
23. All the houses on the block are attached, except the corner ones, which are semidetached.
24. In the first act the curtain goes up on a typical sitting-room of a small English semidetached house.
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