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“Sitting up straight on the couch, she placed her bowl on the glass-topped coffee table and turned toward him.”
“She retrieved the shiny, glass-topped ion trap from Monique and studied it for a while, holding it up to the light.”
“At IKEA Hacker, Kevin combines the Dioder with the Vika Lauri glass-topped table for an easy-to-build computer desk with minimal effort.”
“Jewelers now like to show items in glass-topped console tables and cabinets, which are giving homeowners ideas," says London-based jewelry designer Cassandra Goad, famous for the ever-changing window displays in her Sloane Square store.”
“The exterior is more rounded than the prior model, and it sports a new grille, a glass-topped roof and touch-screen shifting.”
“His ears flicked toward me curiously as he wiped off the glass-topped bar.”
“What I will be needing is a table (preferably wrought-iron and glass-topped) with chairs.”
“The set is stark and simple, with a glass-topped desk, a chair, a glass of water and a neat stack of paper, apparently with notes on them.”
“Rooms on the main level open to a glass-topped central atrium.”
“Even the blue swish of titanium in the lobby that is a canopy for a long, glass-topped bar signals the central gathering space.”
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