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He said: "The world will seem an emptier place without him.
Despite the standard courtroom sign proclaiming "justice is equal for all," the phrase is emptier than a campaign promise in Vincenzo Marra's chilling "The Session Is Open.
It is the sky taking a break, Hoping, No one will notice its escape as, Fragment by fragment the gaps, Look emptier.
The conference halls were emptier than usual--a sure sign that registrants were keeping seats warm in full sessions.
But the most striking illusion was the way in which the main, quite small exhibition space of this row house-turned-gallery looked far emptier than it really was, and was all the more resonant for that.
Offshoring jobs not only leaves a trail of unemployed Americans, it results in emptier office buildings and factories, reports "Top Ten Pro-Business States 2005: Keeping Jobs In America," a new study by Pollina Corporate Real Estate, one of the nation's leading corporate site locators.
These changes have resulted in considerable doom and gloom for the mainstream travel market--airlines have teetered on the edge of bankruptcy, and some hotels are emptier than they have been since being built.
When American Catholics finally get a chance to read this book-if they bother to do so--the already sparsely populated pews should get even emptier.
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The force's coffers will be more than a quarter emptier than at the start of the decade - with hundreds of police officers having disappeared from the streets.
Shearer, of Easterhouse, Glasgow, was seen coming into the shop carrying bags from other stores and they were emptier when he came in than when he left.
Although Twist Magic will not leave such a void, the champion trainer's stable will be emptier without a horse who earned a pair of Tingle Creek victories among five Grade Ones.
ALBION's boardroom was a little emptier than usual on Saturday thanks to the flight ban.