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  • At least one collector went on a shopping spree: The South American buyer of that bowler-hat Magritte also paid $8.1 million for Amedeo Modigliani 's "The Curly-Haired Blonde," twice its high estimate.

    $16.3 Million Max Ernst Caps Christie's Choppy Sale

  • Beacon wore steel-gray uniforms that contrasted with light gray stockings—bowler-hat colors, Ruby supposed, though mostly they made her think how wearing such dark uniforms must feel on hot midsummer days.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • Among the coarser, kitchen-type wares, there are elliptical platters and funny bowler-hat shaped cups with wide flaring rims.

    Interactive Dig Hierakonpolis - Narmer's Temple: Week 3 Pottery Assessment

  • Lower left: sake jars, elliptical platters, and bowler-hat cups.

    Interactive Dig Hierakonpolis - Narmer's Temple: Week 3 Pottery Assessment

  • After decades of the bowler-hat and furled-umbrella literit that made his academic reputation, Cleanth Brooks has reverted with a rebel whoop to the Confederacy.

    The Over-Wrought Urn

  • Meanwhile Lew Ayres, wearing a bowler-hat, ran his wagonette to Stroud twice a week.

    Cider With Rosie

  • The grinning skull finally peered through all disguises; the last hour, held at bay by every device our will and imaginations knew, came in the end, and once more it was the bowler-hat, the Eton collar, the knickerbockers, and (clop-clop-clop-clop) the evening drive to the quay.

    Surprised by Joy

  • - Worst of all is the bowler-hat, apparently made o£ iron, which grasps my head.

    Surprised by Joy

  • Dash it! what are you doing in the country at all in a bowler-hat?

    First Plays

  • That might only mean that you were getting a new bowler-hat.

    First Plays

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