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devoid of creatures

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A known trader said that if the gate was not opened then smugglers would take advantage to use unfrequented routes to smuggle all banned commodities across the border.
Travelling through parts unfrequented by tourists and widely regarded as remote, each day presents a unique opportunity to experience the life of rural villages little changed over the years.
Balochistan is regarded as a transit route for drug smugglers who use frequented and unfrequented passageways in the province to smuggle narcotics to Gulf states and Iran which are then transported to underground markets in Europe.
Why: Spend days sunbathing on the pristine beaches of these unfrequented islands, or go one step closer to the sea and explore the world under; the corals will astound you with its hues.
Among the forgotten advertisements appearing in the Irish Times on 12 February 1958, one stands out: 'Mildly Eccentric family (two children) seek comfortable holiday house on unfrequented coast, Cork to Clare: six weeks, July/August: remoteness an attraction.
By the end of Level 5: unfrequented, noncommissioned, incontestable, preexisting, misconstrue, and overwhelmingly.
The NIHR accentuated that the initiative of HM King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa regarding creation of an Arab Human Rights Court is unfrequented in the Arab world.
The report said the provincial government had come up with effective measures to strengthen management of the Durand Line and install the biometric system to check the movement of Afghan nationals through unfrequented routes.
Then, Sir Philip moves rapidly "through many rooms"; into a "dark and frightful cave" in which he discovers a bloodied suit of armor; "into a wild heath" where combatants are preparing for battle; and finally, into "an unfrequented room" of his own house, in which he again finds Lord Arthur, who now appears "in all the bloom of youth, as when [Sir Philip] first knew him" (7).
The land is also home to animals like a breeding pair of sparrow hawks, owls, bats, buzzards, field mice, rabbits etc as the horses' fields a relatively unfrequented by walkers, dogs, and noisy footballers and children etc and are thus a real wildlife haven in our city.
But in contempt of the laws of the country and of its authorities and a total disregard to my orders which they promised to obey, availing themselves of the obscurity of the night and unfrequented roads, they took off [with] their families and are now on their way to your town, as I am informed by Col.
The data said terrorist incidents seemed to have been carried out more for harassment than causing casualties, consequently, there were bomb blasts on unfrequented roads and streets and rockets landing in open areas or wilderness causing little casualties.
As the fear of being captured was ever-present they made their way, not by the main routes of traffic (which in those days were not ideal) but, as he quaintly puts it, "by bye and unfrequented way, woods and Ioughs, for fear of detection.
Some of the Gurbaz tribesmen crossed the border into North Waziristan through unfrequented routes and said that US troops had suspended cellular phone services in the area, the report said.
This is an ideal walk for those wanting an introduction to the highest land in the Brecon Beacons and uses a relatively unfrequented approach to Pen y Fan avoiding most of the crowds trudging up from Storey Arms.