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She disliked the stark brick walls and the steel window frames.
The hill formed a stark silhouette against the sky.
The stark choice is between moving out or staying here and paying more.
Too many community leaders seem unable to grasp this stark reality.
There still remained one stark difference between the two men.
His words were in stark contrast to what he had said earlier.
The bare trees stood out starkly in the snow.
These figures starkly illustrate the poor performance of the British economy.