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The station houses buses, rental cars, Greyhound, Amtrak and the Trinity Railway Express — and beginning in December will be a place to catch TEXRail.
The California network consisted of three stations spaced apart to make triangulation possible; each station housed 20 cameras to give full-sky coverage.
Martins and Hall turned themselves in at the 94th Precinct station house in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on Monday and were released on bail.
She was told she would be driven to the 60th Precinct station house, about a mile and a half from the park.
Instead, the wagon continued to the Western District station house.
Malik Ishfaque, the station house master at the police station under whose jurisdiction many of the Rohingya-majority slums fall, said that officers were duty-bound to crack down on anyone who did not possess valid documents.
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Definition of station house for English Language Learners
: a house or building that is part of a station
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