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“He knew, too, that she was happily employed; the fitting-up and furnishing of the house was a job after her own heart.”
“There is not in the building, rigging, or fitting-up of a Chinese junk one single thing which is similar to what we see on board a European vessel.”
“The first thing to be done was to complete the fitting-up of the car, or cabin.”
“The Chinese pagoda is a splendid building, according to the celestial taste in such matters, and is really well worth seeing: the carving and general fitting-up of the interior are very beautiful, and substantial enough to make one believe they will last a thousand years, as the”
“The provision of this very high wash-hand-stand illustrates the minute care with which everything had been foreseen in the construction and fitting-up of the yacht.”
“But in turning her talent to the fitting-up of her house the American woman is apt to be thrifty, ingenious and economical; and since she has learned what decorative art really is, she works miracles of cleverness and beauty.”
“While the _Mary Ellen_ was fitting-up for sea, I was often taken on board.”
“The fitting-up of the room, or rather saloon, was perfectly simple.”
“England without taking the necessary time to acquire everything of the best for the fitting-up of a stable, and after a time she established herself temporarily in a sumptuous apartment in the Place de l'Etoile, furnished with a taste worthy of the most thorough Parisian.”
“In this event the included work must be good, and the fitting-up as plain as possible.”
Practical Taxidermy A manual of instruction to the amateur in collecting, preserving, and setting up natural history specimens of all kinds. To which is added a chapter upon the pictorial arrangement of museums. With additional instructions in modelling and artistic taxidermy.
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