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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfirehousefire‧house /ˈfaɪəhaʊs $ ˈfaɪr-/ noun [countable] American English  TCBa small fire station, especially in a small town
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firehouseThe Border Patrol hosted a community meeting of its own last night at the Boulevard firehouse.Ezra hopped into a phone booth beside the firehouse.Once in a while, if I was in the neighborhood, I would drop into the firehouse for a visit.Next to the firehouse stood the civic building.The firehouse is about a mile and a half away from my house.The firehouse, a few yards away was intact, its crew away that day at a firefighting clinic.
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