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“However, not all board games have to use tokens to indicate the players or even necessarily use a hard-backed board to indicate the area of game play.”
“The walls were all white and there was enough room for one red floral-print sofa that clashed with the yellow hard-backed chairs at the round wooden dining table.”
“Archiving family photos used to mean simply sticking them in a hard-backed album.”
“One of the controversies that erupts in the Suffolk County prison, where Avi Steinberg works - were the prisoners allowed to have hard-backed books, which he says can be used as armor or indeed sometimes as weapons?”
“ED: No, and in fact, in the jail I worked in, there had been instances of people hiding weapons in the binding and in the hard-backed covers.”
“In the age of Twitter and ubiquitous e-vites, the old-fashioned, hard-backed, snail-mailed, and, in some cases, rococo design show invitations have become fashion statements of their own and objects of covetous attention from industry insiders.”
“There was a table bolted to the floor, a few hard-backed chairs, a single window covered with a metal cage.”
“Two dark-skinned mountain guides sat between the guards on the hard-backed leather bench, dwarfed by the massive men who towered over them.”
““Instead of the normal seats, they had three hard-backed chairs sitting out there,” one for Blot, one for Chu, one for another Pentagon official responsible for tactical aircraft.”
“On Tuesday, he sat in a hard-backed chair at a table facing more than 20 reporters and about 100 lawyers, challengers and onlookers.”
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