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“The 109 building is the epicenter of under-25 Japanese fashion, and it has everything a girl could want — terry-cloth hot pants, argyle sweaterdresses, rhinestone-studded skull rings — all at deep discounts to department-store prices.”
“You're greeted by Astroturf and circular, terry-cloth water beds.”
“When the water began to cool, Nick shut it off and pulled her out of the shower, wrapped her up in a big terry-cloth towel, and kissed her long and deep, filled with promise.”
“Magbidion asked as he handed me his terry-cloth bathrobe.”
“With a sigh he levered the recliner down and tied his terry-cloth robe.”
“She stood at the hall doorway in a faded, blue terry-cloth robe.”
“Second place gets a large yellow terry-cloth bath duck-motif mat that (we think unintentionally) looks like either a squashed bath toy or a baby bird rolled on by a tractor.”
“So, turn a garment inside out and fold a terry-cloth towel under it.”
“She was already out of bed knotting the belt of a tattered green terry-cloth bathrobe around her waist.”
“Chris does not tell him that the tar on our hands and faces and shoes and jeans and our nearly identical terry-cloth polo shirts is from the wood we salvaged for the raft we are going to build.”
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