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“Every night they drank and ate and sang and screwed until they were puking their bloated guts onto the straw-covered floor.”
“This was the exact story James Madison used to persuade a straw-covered, slightly tipsy Dolly to finally accept his continual offers of marriage.”
“For a long time, there was only one type of Chianti: a cheap straw-covered bottle called a fiasco which doubled as a good description of the wine itself.”
“The voyagers were literally shelved: assigned narrow wooden straw-covered pallets stacked in tiers two feet apart ... a few days out, disease swept through the ship — first dysentery, which debilitated, almost eviscerated, its victims and made them vulnerable to deadlier diseases; then smallpox.”
“She sat down beside Father Andries and made herself as comfortable as she could, leaning against a large, straw-covered bundle.”
“After lunch, we hiked along a narrow trail that curved around magnificent pines, winding its way to the top of a straw-covered hill.”
“I wondered if this was the one she had slept in, crowded next to her sister in a grimy, bug-infested, straw-covered bunk, with others stacked above and below.”
“I remember bottles of Mateus can't mistake that shape, straw-covered Italian reds that were then recycled into candleholders on family spaghetti nights, and German white wines with black cats on the label.”
“Its raw brick walls are lined with backlit rows of straw-covered Chianti bottles.”
“A town was nothing but a collection of straw-covered huts, hidden in a thick wood, with a ditch all round, and a low wall, made of mud, or the trunks of trees placed one upon another.”
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