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Here we are with all these dogs, this fine 'observation house,' with its big kitchen-range and shiny cloth on the table, and everything else.
There are plenty of drawing-rooms, sitting-rooms, bed-rooms, and offices; a small gallery of very indifferent paintings, and a kitchen, with an excellent kitchen-range, and patent boilers of every shape.
All good people of either persuasion, royalty or commonalty, knowing his kitchen-range to be cold, no longer would play turnspit.
Lorna Doone Richard Doddridge 2004
Here we are with all these dogs, this fine ‘observation house,’ with its big kitchen-range and shiny cloth on the table, and everything else.
The South Pole; an account of the Norwegian antarctic expedition in the 'Fram', 1910 to 1912 2003
We finally did the only logical thing, and brought the kitchen-range into the parlour, fixing the Rippingille stove on the forward end of the cabin table, where it could warm as well as cook for us.
The Riddle of the Sands Childers, Erskine, 1870-1922 1955
The kitchen-range with its water-back I humbly salute.
The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 85, November, 1864 Various
One man, or often one maid-servant, waited at the table; and, as a protection for the table-cloth, mats were used, implying the fear that the dish brought from the top of the kitchen-range, if set down, would leave a spot or stain.
Manners and Social Usages Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood
Biddy had never seen such a thing as a kitchen-range before she took the situation, and when she first had to use the oven, she put the turf on the bottom shelf in order to heat the top one.
The Beth Book Being a Study of the Life of Elizabeth Caldwell Maclure, a Woman of Genius Sarah Grand
Opposite the broad kitchen-range was a plate-rack well filled with serviceable chinaware, and which formed the upper part of a dresser or plain deal sideboard.
True to his Colours The Life that Wears Best Theodore P. Wilson
At a long low table sat nearly twenty children, with dolls of every size and complexion, cradles, baby-wagons, changes of clothing for the dolls, beds, a tiny kitchen-range, with furniture, and every other accessory to doll life.
In and Around Berlin Minerva Brace Norton
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