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“US Marshals Service PIECES OF THE MADOFFS: More than 400 pieces of Madoff property are set to be sold at auction next month, including a desk, a pair of monogrammed 'BLM' black-velvet slippers, a bull sculpture and jewelry.”
““Put on the mask, borachín,” Estefan said to Skye as he held out the black-velvet half mask decorated with purple and black laces and feathers.”
“I am dressed in a traditional black-velvet Afghan vest, sewn with mirrors and loops of silver braid.”
“We had plenty of offers for a striped Free People sweater and ended up accepting a swap that netted us a suede Giani Bernini tote bag, a Gap backpack and a pair of dressy black-velvet gloves.”
“Last summer, the safety light out back went out, and we decided not to replace it because we were so bedazzled by the spectacle of a night-sky unfaded by city lights, blanketing its majesty overhead like diamond-encrusted black-velvet robes.”
“In snapshots taken when she was four months old, she appears to be the epitome of sweetness and serenity, with tigerlike stripes adorning her black-velvet body and green eyes glowing like heated emeralds.”
“In this mercado you could find boots, lamps, nudie playing cards, knives of every description, black-velvet paintings, statuary and just about anything you could think of.”
“Two generations later, when the French Crown Jewels were adorned the Royal Family in many different kinds of personal ornaments, Marie Antoinette used the Regent to adorn a large black-velvet hat.”
“Despite the form-fitting foam packing, this black-velvet cake arrived slightly crushed.”
“The diamond lay on a black-velvet cushion, and immediately it seemed to gather to itself all the light in the room.”
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