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“Then he took a note card, in a gold-trimmed and sealed envelope, out of the other pocket.”
“Many will "balance bill" their patients, meaning that the patient who already paid thousands in annual premiums to the insurance company gets sent to the poorhouse while insurance executives fly around on private jets and dine on gold-trimmed fine china at the expense of the insured.”
“King Papa and King of the Goblin, performed by the same dancer rangy John Welker, are costumed similarly in gold-trimmed black jumpsuits and are missing the crowns one would expect as a sign of their stations.”
“A gold-trimmed international Gothic view of Naples, on loan from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, was painted in 1399, but the sense of chaos pervading the picture might seem familiar to today's visitors to the southern port.”
“In a moth-nibbled coat with elaborate gold-trimmed cuffs, breakfast-stained silk knee breeches, and his hair pulled back neatly with a velvet ribbon, he almost looked presentable.”
“Well, curl up by the fire in that gold-trimmed black bikini you bought on your last trip to the "Jewel of the Mexican Riviera," open up Boomers in Paradise: Living in Puerto Vallarta, and begin to … dream.”
“Bring the look home with gold-trimmed porcelain Zodiac plates $35 each, based on a 15th-century Italian Book of Hours in the museum's collection. themorgan.org/shop”
“Or at least a basement apartment that doesn't contain a seven-foot-high, gold-trimmed chocolate fountain?”
“It was a shiny gold-trimmed jacket -- which, Tomkins should have noted, included Federer's monogrammed initials and a "15" to commemorate his 15th Grand Slam victory, breaking Pete Sampras's record.”
“LaSalle held between his fingers a gold-trimmed business card that seemed to have appeared out of the air.”
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