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“Half-way through the first service Ifemelu attended with her mother, in a marble-floored convention hall, surrounded by perfumed people and the ricochet of rich voices, Ifemelu looked at her mother and saw that she was crying and laughing at the same time.”
“Jim and Tychus smiled and nodded, following him down the marble-floored corridor as they went to the elevators.”
“From the grandeur of its entrance all the way to the imposing and luxurious marble-floored clubhouse.”
“A large koi fountain sat in the center of the huge, marble-floored room.”
“Mitt is tough, he's smart, he's sharp," Mr. Trump said, flanked by American flags in a marble-floored lounge in the hotel lobby.”
“Within the marble-floored confines of the Capitol, she led the party's efforts to overhaul the health-care system, increase the minimum wage, reform the regulation of Wall Street firms and stimulate the economy.”
“Pictured: The marble-floored living room, with 13-foot ceilings, was decorated with leather couches.”
“NEW YORK — The smell of horses and hay permeated the marble-floored galleries at Christie's in Manhattan Friday as potential bidders previewed items including the preserved remains of movie cowboy Roy Rogers 'famous horse Trigger.”
“NEW YORK mdash; The smell of horses and hay permeated the marble-floored galleries at Christie's in Manhattan Friday as potential bidders previewed items including the ...”
“Guests of the Al Bustan enter a huge marble-floored lobby, with a lofty atrium, tiled fountains and indoor palm trees.”
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