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It was a shame to interrupt her in her quiveringly voluptuous orisons—her white flesh cathedraled in solemnity, even her breath stilled so as not to offend the silence—but yes, yes, I most decidedly did mind.
We passed through a clearing in the trees, into a cool shady bowl, cathedraled by branches, padded with dry leaves.
Into that dim, beautiful home of age, with its great rafters and mellow stone archways, the June sunlight shone through loopholes and chinks, in thin glamour, powdering with its very strangeness the dark cathedraled air, where, high up, clung a fog of old grey cobwebs so thick as ever were the stalactites of a huge cave.
We marched, marched, kept on marching; and at last, on the 16th of July, we came in sight of our goal, and saw the great cathedraled towers of
Including a beautiful marbled foyer, with special glass transom windows and plant shelf, recessed lighting and cathedraled ceilings!