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We'd better stop at a gas station pretty soon; we're low on fuelThe train finally came into the station over an hour behind schedule.

We'd better stop at a gas station pretty soon; we're low on fuel.

He does a lot of endurance training on the stationary bicycles.

My grandfather was stationed in Italy during the Second World War.

They went to the police station to report the theft.

We stopped off for lunch at the Venus space station before continuing on to Mercury.

The train was only stationary long enough for a few commuters to hop on.

Margaret Lee Runbeck once observed that happiness is not a station you arrive at, but a manner of travelling.

Canada is home to the world's most remote weather station; the Eureka weather station is 600 miles from the North Pole.

There are 42 year-round research stations on Antarctica.

It can be almost impossible to see a camouflaged animal which remains stationary in its natural environment.

Syrian troops have been stationed in Lebanon since 1976.

All motorways in the U.K. have emergency telephones stationed a kilometer apart.

Even though the surface of our planet appears to be firm and stationary, there is convincing evidence that the materials that form the solid rock on the surface of the earth are moving.

Recent studies have discovered that it is very difficult for young children to hit a baseball which is pitched slowly to them because slow balls actually appear stationary to a child.

Find someone who has visited a television station.

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