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Case in point: the Rachel Corrie verdict—or rather, the context and implications of the verdict—which came down over a week ago.
And ultimately, this is why Corrie was where she was: Because Israel has treated the Gaza Strip as a war zone since 1967.
He denied the Corrie family's demand for a symbolic $1 in damages.
But the driver testified that he failed to see Corrie because his field vision from inside the bulldozer was narrow.
The echo of it wailed thrice, with horrible distinctness, in the corrie beyond Cnoc-an-Fhraoch.Great Ghost Stories|Various
They were on a large open moss at the bottom of a corrie, whence they could see a moving object on every side of them.Tracks of a Rolling Stone|Henry J. Coke
Corrie and Chrissy both regarded him with scarcely concealed interest and admiration.
But though Bourhope sat next Corrie, a certain coldness crept over the well-arranged party.
But she caught herself fancying Bourhope and Corrie married, and rebuked herself for carrying her speculations so far.