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  • Five Darian stepped back from the golden-oak wall panel he'd been holding up, and admired all of the new hertasi-work ornamenting the Companion stables.

    Elephant in the City

  • It was an ordinary outer office of the golden-oak variety, with a railing of spindles separating a telephone switchboard and two typewriter desks from two public settles and a brass cuspidor.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • They settled themselves about the glowing, glancing, glittering, golden-oak center-table.

    Our Mr. Wrenn

  • On a golden-oak center-table was a large lamp with a mosaic shade, and through its mingled bits of green and red and pearl glass stormed the brilliance of a mantle-light.

    Our Mr. Wrenn

  • The original one-room shack was now a living-room, with the phonograph, a genuine leather - upholstered golden-oak rocker, and a picture of Governor John Johnson.

    Main Street

  • A wide golden-oak staircase ascended from the entrance hall to the second floor, and a huge oak table almost filled the front hall.

    To Be a Rockefeller

  • A single senior squad leader sits behind a golden-oak table desk on a sunstone dais in the middle of the foyer, flanked by two Mirror Lancers in spotless cream uniforms, each with a sabre and a short firelance.

    Scion of Cyador

  • The furnishings are simple, ancient, but polished and unmarred, consisting of a wide table desk, four golden-oak bookcases set against the granite of the inner wall, and three wooden armchairs set before the desk and one behind it.

    Scion of Cyador

  • The sitting room contains the bordered carpet that depicts the trading ship that had sunk with Ryalth's parents aboard so many years before, and the settee from her earlier quarters, and a great deal more, including a tall and polished golden-oak bookcase and a matching sideboard set under one of the wide windows.

    Scion of Cyador

  • Lorn shakes his head slightly, then steps into his study and sets the papers and inkwell and pen on the freshly-polished but battered golden-oak surface.

    Scion of Cyador

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