gold-embroidered love

gold-embroidered

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  • Rabbi Knobel—a short, self-assured man wearing glasses, a close-cropped beard, and a white robe with a gold-embroidered stole—then takes his place at the podium.

    American Grace

  • She was wearing gold-embroidered sandals of the high-heeled kind then in vogue that left the instep attractively unprotected; and she had parted her hair in the middle and plaited it in two gorgeous braids that were wound around her head like a diadem.

    Connections

  • The entire interior of the tent is lined with inch-thick Persian rugs, padded with gold-embroidered cushions, and perfumed by incense.

    Richard Bangs: Bahrain: Once Was Paradise, Part 4

  • As much as we would like, we still do not have access to President Obama's private line nor are we the recipients of gold-embroidered invitations to White House or Congressional dinners.

    Jorge-Mario Cabrera: Calling the Question: Why Cecilia Muñuz Is Not the Issue

  • Army photographers scurried ahead to snap photos of him with his trademark corncob pipe, aviator glasses, and gold-embroidered crush cap.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • Roland sat down on the edge of the gold-embroidered bedspread and looked around.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Valentino created the wedding dresses of both Princess Maxima of the Netherlands and Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece, and Bruce Oldfield was the man behind Queen Rania of Jordan's gold-embroidered wedding gown.

    Yvonne Yorke: PHOTOS: Bad And Beautiful Royal Wedding Dresses

  • Once I slipped up and went to class in a sweeping purple skirt with tiny silver bells sewn into the hem and a gold-embroidered top, but most of the time I was good.

    Kate Fridkis: The Art of Overdressing

  • My fingers numb with cold, I fastened a length of gold-embroidered ribbon around the hawthorn and murmured a prayer to whatever spirits might be listening.

    Books Received: October 20, 2008 (plus Matching Game!)

  • They were tears of joy and pride as she straightened the gold-embroidered coat so that it hung perfectly over the breeches worn by her growing boy.

    The Poet Prince

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