But they are the themes suggested by Mallon's time travel into the period and the vicinity of the gay anti-communist right.
The site sits near a roadway and is in the vicinity of Galata Tower.
The caller told him of seeing a well-dressed man and woman carrying the cooler in the vicinity of where it had been found.
And as a thriving company, it had somewhere in the vicinity or 500 or 600 stores in the United States.
The stigma attached to blowing smoke in the vicinity of other people has led to the surge in popularity recently of e-cigarettes.
This was not exhumed from Sikyatki, but was said to have been found in the vicinity of that ruin.
Here they were in the vicinity of a trail which led quite directly to the Mississippi River.
He owned property in that vicinity; he also represented certain other ranchers.
He likes to be in the vicinity of water and is a good swimmer.
It was in this vicinity that Vancouver first encountered "split-lipped" ladies.
1560, "nearness in place," from Latin vicinitas "of or pertaining to neighbors or a neighborhood," from vicinus "neighbor, neighboring," from vicus "group of houses, village," related to the -wick, -wich in English place names, from PIE *weik- (see villa). Meaning "surrounding district" is first attested 1796.