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“Is that it, no half-time caviar and gold-leaf toilet roll?”
“The gold-leaf mirror with baroque carvings had no one to talk to.”
“More than 15 types of lace were featured on the clothes, and it seemed everything was dipped in gold-leaf embroidery, including the models' hair.”
“Architect Hugh Hardy restored the gold-leaf glory of Radio City Music Hall in 1999, returned Bryant Park from dereliction to Parisian-style elegance and spurred the revival of 42nd Street by reincarnating the New Victory Theater and the New Amsterdam.”
“In two relatively brief scenes, McKean captured the vulgarian's egotism — he's constantly being followed by reality-TV camera — but had little time to scratch below the tacky gold-leaf surface.”
“Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal The couple decided to retain the blue and gold-leaf columns put in place by previous owners, Mr. Lung says.”
“A ceiling from 16th-century Spain has been cleaned and lit with more spotlights to better show off its effusions of geometric patterns and gold-leaf tendrils.”
“The villa's decorative wooden doors and shutters are accented with gold-leaf patterns.”
“He had a major's gold-leaf insignia plate on his vehicle.”
“The show may be about the exploits of people working at a Madison Avenue advertising firm, but its faithful depictions of the styles of the late 1950s to '60s -- down to the gold-leaf trim on cocktail glasses and the ubiquitous ashtrays -- threatens to steal the spotlight in each episode.”
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