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““You’ll have a great time!” she said, leaning carefully away from Oscar’s sticky high chair and even stickier hands.”
“I can sit on this old high chair that I had shipped from a junk store on Market Street and watch the calmness of the sea against the misting sky.”
“In the shock of Fawkes catching fire, Harry had forgotten what he was there for, but it all came back to him as Dumbledore settled himself in the high chair behind the desk and fixed Harry with his penetrating, light-blue stare.”
“No, Myrto simply had his lone slave set up his high chair and the stools for his students where shoppers would not trip over them, and taught his reading, writing, and arithmetic in the open air amid the cries and bellows and sales pitches of the spice and flower merchants.”
“A baby in a high chair dribbling cereal down its chin, a chubby longhaired girl holding a cocker spaniel that looked to be older than God.”
“The small chirruping voice that uttered this request came from a little sunny-haired girl between three and four, who, seated on a high chair at the end of the ironing table, was arduously clutching the handle of a miniature iron with her tiny fat fist, and ironing rags with an assiduity that required her to put her little red tongue out as far as anatomy would allow.”
“‘This is a bad business, Marcus, my boy,’ he continued as the others resumed their seats, Marcus taking a high chair in the centre of the group, with Foon at his feet.”
“Shamhúr, rose and welcoming Hasib, seated him on a high chair at the King’s right hand. —”
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