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  • For the rest of the flooring on this level and also on the first floor, black-stained white french (FSC-certified) oak was used in a herringbone formation.

    Manchester Square Interior by SHH

  • Wilson, appearing with a black-stained hand, said she wanted to send a message: "Hayward should go to jail."

    BP CEO Lambasted At House Hearing

  • Designed by Tobias Berneth and manufactured by Karl Andersson & Söner, the tabletop is just 6 mm thick, and is made in veneers of oak, birch, walnut and white laminate, as well as in black-stained oak.

    Thinner Table wins at Swedish Design Awards

  • “Oh, I know a lot of things,” she says, pointing a black-stained finger in my face.

    Take Me There

  • As Jake followed him into a long, dimlit tunnel, he noticed a battered robot slumped against a black-stained tiled wall.

    Kahen no Ame

  • Their black-stained fingers take sections of the fruit apart.

    Down in the Dumps

  • The office beyond the door was palatial, carpeted in mossy, dark emerald-green shag and paneled in black-stained pine.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • You can choose which bookshelf is best for you: solid mahogany, black-stained oak, or a more modern brushed steel and cherry.

    The New Shelfari Widget

  • Water, no matter how clear it can be, cannot bleach out a black-stained sheet.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • They sat at a black-stained wooden table drinking cool water and eating fresh dates, the stones removed for them by the andat.

    A Shadow in Summer


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