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  • The main-deck entrance, on the port side, was into a wide, well-carpeted hallway.

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  • I climbed up the stairs to the spacious, well-carpeted ladies section, and mimicked the crowds in their ritual of washing their hands and feet before prayer.

    Sharmine Narwani: Octavia, Frances, and the Late, Great Ayatollah Fadlallah

  • Leah stepped off the elevator onto a well-carpeted floor and followed the silent hallway to her office.

    Brown-Eyed Girl

  • I realised I was lying on a well-carpeted floor, my fingers clawing into the thick pile.

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  • I am sitting on the floor of the well-carpeted Morial Convention Center.

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  • This information was given by a handsome man, known as Mounser Green, about six feet high, wearing a velvet shooting coat, — more properly called an office coat from its present uses, who had just entered a spacious well-carpeted comfortable room in which three other gentlemen were sitting at their different tables.

    The American Senator

  • They went to the first floor of the house, up stairs so well-carpeted that their footfalls were soundless.

    A Traitor to Memory

  • “Tappy shoes,” Corri had called them, for the sound the heels made on the tiled area of the otherwise well-carpeted floor.

    Devlin’s Light

  • The nest is oval in form, and is well-carpeted with dry weeds and grass.

    The Human Side of Animals

  • (Mr. Walkingshaw was now ascending his well-carpeted staircase.)

    The Prodigal Father

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