cheek by jowl
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Old lighting rigs sit cheek by jowl with model spacecraft, dinosaur skulls next to lunar atlases.
In London, the attacks are heavily concentrated in the east of the city, where young professionals and the deprived live cheek by jowl as patches of the area rapidly gentrify.
This is what makes Alaska so Alaska – living cheek by jowl with nature and accepting it as the best way to live a full life.
The occasion was a concert by Chamber Orchestra First Editions, whose mission is both modern music and early Mozart, cheek by jowl, founded and directed by James Freeman.
Tens of thousands of strangers live cheek by jowl in normally uninhabitable places are hardly the safe havens that nurture a childhood.
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