Recent Examples of nearby from the Web
An officer who happened to be nearby rushed to the area after police received reports of gunfire at the home.
Mushers are usually nearby, as are veterinarians and volunteer race officials, but not always.
In the aftermath of the tragic terrorist attack that befell New York City on Tuesday, Loomer took to Twitter to vent her disgust that two women were openly wearing hijabs on a street nearby to where the attacks occurred.
Leaders of Greater Cincinnati's largest mosque defended Islam on Wednesday in the wake of an attack in New York suspected of being committed by a radical Muslim who once lived nearby.
While most of the homes nearby and some small parts of the animal sanctuary were scorched, miraculously, the animals weren't harmed.
Yet another couple in their 60s, both struggling with serious illness, may rely primarily on their three children, all living nearby, but have few friends.
The 46-year-old mother of two lives nearby, next door to her parents-in-law.
During the hearing Thursday, Boys wore an orange jumpsuit and sat to the right of the judge as two deputies in black polo shirts and khaki pants stood nearby, watching him with crossed arms.
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