They dominate the waterfront, and almost everywhere else in the city center the influence of the sea is apparent too.
almost everywhere else, elections are run by impartial voting agencies.
The market for butcher's meat is almost everywhere confined to the country which produces it.
She has been almost everywhere, and is now hastening to make it everywhere.
And almost everywhere the Prophetic spirit in the delineation of his coming remains true to itself.
Captain Cy had been almost everywhere and seen almost everything.
If ornament confers distinction,—and almost everywhere it does—men will seek to possess ornaments.
"You must have been almost everywhere," she murmured admiringly.
And coincident with the same, she became the recipient of numerous offers from almost everywhere.
By the summer of 1777 the Tories were almost everywhere in a hopeless minority.