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“Back in Matadi: I start a real riot snapping a pavement coffin shop, lots of little gold satin-covered coffins keeping up with the infant mortality rate.”
“She reluctantly reaches for the box, holds it for a moment before she opens it again and pulls the satin-covered cushion out.”
“In any other, smaller room they might have been overpowering, but here they were exactly right; set off by a skilful scattering of small satin-covered chairs with buttoned backs and elaborately pleated skirts.”
“Inside the box, supported by white satin-covered cushioning, the King Alfred Gold Cup lay on its side.”
“He began undoing the buttons on my other arm, painstakingly working the nooses of twined ivory thread off every stubborn satin-covered button, patient as a spider, as wired as a rodeo bull, his control building his excitement, as it built mine.”
“There is a little pavilion for the bride and groom on a mini stage, with two satin-covered chairs beneath a canopy of gauze.”
“She stopped dead and gestured for both of them to follow her over a grouping of high-backed, overstuffed green satin-covered chairs.”
“Without ceremony Techotl thrust the door open and ushered his friends into a broad chamber, where some thirty dark - skinned men and women lounging on satin-covered couches sprang up with exclamations of amazement.”
“I was not about to put a satin-covered foot on the white carpet, ever, unless I could design a fun way to do it.”
“I mean, I have this "'she placed her ticket on the satin-covered table-" but I didn't pay for it.”
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