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“She collected many of the packed tubs, which she called Baskets of Hope, last Wednesday during a dinner at church, and put a gift card in each of the tubs.”
“The Wall of Baskets is off the hook, illustrating exactly what I imagined.”
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“The equivalent would probably be called "Baskets", and I suspect they'd let straight people in, though I won't swear to it.”
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“The chapel is a multifunction room lined with plastic banquet tables where the women of the Bishop Brooks Sunshine Circle take orders for Holiday Gift Baskets, where the Outreach and Evangelism Ministry offer wallet-sized American Bible Society tracts entitled “The Lord Protects Me” and “God Loves the Unborn,” and where guest preachers sell autographed copies of their books after services.”
“All those IN Baskets on his desk are going to fall over on to the floor from avoidance.”
“Hers are heartfelt writings filled with conviction and charming personal detail – Indian Baskets, one-sided records, fishing rods, tea cups, needle point covered chairs, books and paintings – all culled from a lifetime of accomplishment.”
“Baskets full of striped, floral, and unicolor linen flanked the machine à coudre.”
“Baskets were just the beginning; it was the ball that would truly define the game.”
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