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The Mom Question: Grappling with the decision of parenthood (1:18) Pasek then fell into the lamppost attached to the live wire.
In the same vein, 17,200 Americans walked into walls and 400 walked into a lamppost.
Their faces stare out from the FBI’s website and from handbills taped to windows and lampposts across Woodland.
Downed lampposts, trees and street signs carpeted nearby South Beach, but there was little evidence of damage to the hotels, condo towers and bars filling the chic tourist haven at the tip of Miami Beach.
Damage to Public Property, Glencairn Lane: A lamppost was found damaged Sept. 16, and police alerted the service department.
The rest of the works are found on lampposts, newsstands, bus shelters, and LinkNYC kiosks.
After all, people from Beijing to London equally risk walking into a fountain or lamppost, distracted by their Apple, Google, or Huawei phones.
But unlike concrete barriers, fences, and temporary roadblocks, bollards can feel like ordinary pieces of street furniture, closer to lampposts or traffic signs than fortifications.
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