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“Much relieved that the storm-center had passed over him, Mr. Wrenn sat on the front edge of a cane-seated chair, with the magazines between his hands, and his hands pressed between his forward-cocked knees.”
“Sarah Ellen put down her bundle and bestowed herself in the large, cane-seated rocking chair.”
“I found myself sitting sadly on a cane-seated chair before a white wooden table in a miserably furnished room of the hotel where I had taken refuge.”
“The hall was wide, low-ceilinged and panelled; an oak dower chest against one wall held a bowl of roses, and against the opposite wall there was a solid oak table flanked by two high-backed, cane-seated oak chairs.”
“The former was honored with an ingrained carpet, cane-seated chairs, and two large wooden rockers, with chintz-covered cushions.”
“Dogs can be placed on a cane-seated chair and a pail or pan of boiling-hot water placed under it, and a sheet thrown over all.”
“For Sagging Chair Seats -- When cane-seated chairs sag they can be tightened by washing the bottom of the cane in hot water and soap; then rinse in clean water and dry out-of-doors.”
“Her father was sitting in his cane-seated study-chair with a conglomeration of volumes piled about the table.”
“By stepping on a chair she could, indeed, reach and adjust it; but the only chairs in the room were cane-seated, and seemed altogether too fragile for such a weighty lady as Ann Harriet.”
“Somebody had placed a ragged cane-seated chair near the table, and Herr”
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