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“They sat in the green-covered graveside chairs reserved for family members.”
“Visit any campus at the change of classes and watch the students stream out of buildings to cross green-covered quads or concrete plazas.”
“One or two of the senators of the city were present, and seemed about to engage in the examination of an individual who was brought forward to the foot of the long green-covered table round which the council usually assembled.”
“While the young girl, delighted to have something to do to keep her in countenance, went to the piano and began to move the green-covered music-books, the heirs resigned themselves, with many demonstrations of pleasure, to the torture and the silence about to be inflicted on them, so eager were they to find out what was going on between their uncle and the Portendueres.”
“And between the ups and downs (which met anybody anyhow) green-covered places tempted the foot, and black bog-holes discouraged it.”
“She rummaged in the pile and pulled out an olive green-covered script.”
“I had found a small, green-covered book given to my father by a Dublin man of science; it gave an account of the strange sea creatures the man of science had discovered among the rocks at Howth or dredged out of Dublin Bay.”
“Then he noticed that the gentleman opposite in his compartment paid no attention to the scenery, but was absorbed in a green-covered volume.”
“She sat in a high green-covered chair where she could see out of the window over the car park.”
“The report which I'm going to attempt to summarize is the green-covered document that should be part of your package.”
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