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Her visitors had raised La Fosseuse's spirits; she led the way along narrow tracks, through the loneliest parts of the hills.
I reached home on foot, taking the precaution, before I approached our own door, of walking round by the loneliest street in the neighbourhood, and there stopping and looking back more than once over the open space behind me.
loneliest spot within the city limits, talking loudly to keep up their
Reason and justice grip the remotest and the loneliest star.
I--I suppose we're the two loneliest people on God's earth to-night.
EAST Belfast is one of the loneliest places to live in the UK, the Red Cross has revealed.
The findings, revealed by Royal Voluntary Service (RVS), show that Christmas can be one of the loneliest times of the year for many older Welsh people.
Alfred Aroga's swan song in the UAAP had the loneliest note when National University bowed to Adamson, 77-53, Sunday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.
Freya, a rescue dog from Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre, was dubbed "Britain's loneliest dog" after spending almost all her life living in kennels.
Our volunteers pick guests up from their homes and accompany them to a Sunday afternoon tea party, often the loneliest time of the week for our guests.
New research by the Co-op found that January is when British people are at their loneliest, with 26% claiming it is the month they feel the most isolated.
JOE MALIN looked like the loneliest man in the wilds of Sutherland on Saturday.