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  • And most people who have only one or two special bottles in the house don't store them in cellar-like conditions.

    Corkscrews Up! Time to Open That Bottle

  • Some merchants do keep the temperature of their stores at cellar temperature, such as a store actually called 56 Degree Wine in Bernardsville, N.J. And some merchants store most of their inventory in cellar-like conditions, so they get your bottle from the cellar when you order.

    The Right Temperature

  • The pinot noir came with the option a cellar-like chill and my espresso afterwards was creamy smooth and just he right temperature.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » North Coast Weekend.

  • Jacques Collin was led to the cellar-like room where Theodore

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

  • The cellar-like storage facility in the corner of the shop

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - N-S Colonnaded Street Report 5

  • After seeing these things we started down stairs, and on reaching ground descended yet lower into a sort of stone-walled dry moat, out of which opened clean, cool, cellar-like chambers tunnelled into the earth.

    Travels in West Africa

  • The entrance was very narrow, and fourteen steep steps led down first into a small cellar-like chamber and then into a vaulted chamber which was more spacious than the Cave of the Nativity.

    The Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary

  • The passage suddenly ended in a round cellar-like place, full of old junk.

    The Circus of Adventure

  • Sick at heart, Seth coaxed the shuddering Celia down the steps into the cellar-like habitation dimly lighted by a single half window dug out mansard fashion at the side.

    The Way of the Wind

  • They congregate in a dark cellar-like chamber, round an ample and steaming pool, and then sink into it, to forget for a while all their pains and maladies, and to enjoy that indescribably delightful sensation of having the joints gently unscrewed and fresh oiled.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 378, April, 1847


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