Most of the fires have begun in cars sitting in open-air garages beneath residential units.
Most of the fires have begun in cars sitting in open-air garages beneath upstairs residential units.
It is a bazaar, a souk, an open-air temple celebrating cheap desire.
Behind her a film crew set up beneath an open-air Venetian pavilion.
With five minutes left, Rayland meets Bucks in an open-air restaurant and kills him in a shootout.
They were nearly all open-air Virginians, long of limb, deep of chest and great of muscle.
The coachman turned into a street where an open-air market was going on.
Mr. Robinson gives an excellent account, not only of the subterranean, but also of the open-air culture of mushrooms about Paris.
And they scrambled once more up the land slide into the open-air.
But as open-air labourers they are far inferior to the Chinese, who are much more enduring, more contented, and more sociable.