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- He double-parked his car in order to grab a cup of coffee.
- One police car is double-parked out front, and the door of the row house is propped open.
- The traffic police have their hands full regulating traffic during school hours and they are often helpless when parents in a hurry double-park cars.
- All up and down the road, cars were parked on the zigzags and some were even double-parked and cars going up and down the road were going at a speedway too fast for the area and time of day.
- After the meeting he said: ‘There is the added danger of cars parked on both sides of the road and delivery vans double-parked by the shops to make deliveries.’
- But we did, in a civic ceremony in downtown Vancouver, BC, conducted with a speed and romance that suggested our officiator was double-parked.
- We're double-parked outside a store, trying to find what we need, while talking to our mother on the cell-phone.
- How many times have you seen a vehicle double-parked in Independence Avenue in the CBD, neatly locked and the driver missing?
- I double-parked because I couldn't find a parking place and started walking back and noticed that it was my building.
- Finding parking at this hour is a struggle, with cars double-parked along the street.
- Then they retreated to the police car double-parked outside the gate and presently drove away.
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