• By nightfall there is a full house, and I sleep cheek by jowl beside a variety of strangers.

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  • In Silicon Valley, scientists and venture capitalists live cheek by jowl.

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  • But this slice of paradise exists cheek by jowl with the war-torn, lawless border region of Somalia, and last month the two worlds collided, with deadly consequences.


  • Situated on Grace Bay Beach, cheek by jowl with less impressive properties, The Palms' 72 suites offer balconies, iPod minis and full kitchens with Viking appliances, but just about everybody seems to gravitate to the 15, 000-square-foot spa.

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  • Joshua Landis, director of the Center for Middle East Studies and associate professor of Middle Eastern studies at the University of Oklahoma, said Alawites live "cheek by jowl" near Sunnis in Homs, Hama and Idlib province in the west.


  • In the midst of this demographic stew lies the relatively new town of Sunny Isles Beach, formerly part of North Miami Beach, which like other villages nearby boasts an ambience resplendent in its sheer ordinariness: Strip malls, high-rises and decidedly unchic motel properties stand cheek by jowl.

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  • There's also an aerial view of the pool at Soho House that helps to answer the question of how many angels you can get on the head of a pin, or at least fashion models cheek by jowl at a scene swimming pool on a sweltering summer day.

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  • In danger of falling on to the assembled mass, and after some heated communication between the CBI chief and the man in the roof - now joined by a friend - the PM was bundled off into a side room to deliver his speech cheek by jowl with the invited guests, and the constant interruptions of mobile phones, TV cameras, photographers, and noises off.


  • These blocks, standing cheek-by-jowl on every street, make this neighbourhood the most densely populated area in Australia.

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  • There, employees at the growing company had worked cheek-by-jowl, even in bedrooms and the kitchen.

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  • Later, my 13-year-old daughter Caitlin and I took a stroll over a bridge and looked down and saw a dozen antique cars parked cheek-by-jowl by a hotel on a stream.

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  • To put it yet another way, coastal Californians would have to live cheek-by-jowl as Japanese people in the megalopolis that stretches from Tokyo to Osaka do to have any chance of a high-speed rail service that offered at least half a dozen trains an hour and did not require huge tax-payer subsidies.

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