Bungalow


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Bungalow

A small, single-family home, usually with only one story. A bungalow is a term used by real estate agents for affordable housing available for working class and lower middle class persons to buy. Bungalows originated in India.
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A runner had arrived at the bungalow with the weekly mail, and Lord Greystoke had spent the afternoon in his study reading and answering letters.
As they had gone but a short distance from the Greystoke bungalow, Werper dismissed the Waziri guide, telling the warrior that he would send for him when he was able to proceed.
All you have talked about I have known since I took the bungalow. Stay on and wait.
When I took this bungalow I took most of Imray's servants.
She thought the man was very rude to call her father's bungalow "A place like this!" "I fell asleep when everyone had the cholera and I have only just wakened up.
It was true that there was no one in the bungalow but herself and the little rustling snake.
In subdued whispers he sent a half dozen of his Dyaks back beneath the shadow of the palisade to the opposite side of the bungalow where they were to enter the building, killing all within except the girl, whom they were to carry straight to the beach and the war prahus.
Just as the two who crept toward the bungalow reached it, Muda Saffir gave the word for the attack upon the Malays and lascars who guarded the treasure.
As the thought took firm hold upon him he paused and raising his face to Goro, the moon, cursed with upraised hand the authors of the hideous crime that had been perpetrated in that once peaceful bungalow behind him; and he cursed their progenitors, their progeny, and all their kind the while he took silent oath to war upon them relentlessly until death overtook him.
When there were no people in the bungalow, did we have any mongoose in the garden?
He uttered a cry and would have fled, had they not restrained him and led him into the bungalow.
The train stopped, at eight o'clock, in the midst of a glade some fifteen miles beyond Rothal, where there were several bungalows, and workmen's cabins.