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  • noun Plural form of chesterfield.


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  • There was no PVR instant replay and everyone jumped up off their "chesterfields" and shouted "What the hell was THAT?

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  • There was no PVR instant replay and everyone jumped up off their "chesterfields" and shouted "What the hell was THAT?

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  • It manages to be unpretentious and cool at the same time, with concrete floors and mix-match furniture, like 70s sofas, wooden benches, chesterfields and coffee tables.

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  • A mural opposite the glass entrance is by Bristol-based graffiti artist SPQR, the lobby resonates with lime-tinted mood lighting and groovy citrus leather chesterfields.

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  • He looks like he smokes chesterfields and drinks wine from a box.

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  •   Faisal had an apartment in an expensive and exclusive Mayfair block, furnished with a modem decor of stark white walls and carpets, with plushy hide chesterfields in dark leather and a quantity of smoked glass coffee tables and matching display shelves.

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  • I stepped into another world: oiled paneling, tufted leather chesterfields and wing chairs, worn but good Persian rugs over a shoe-buffed herringbone oak floor.

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  • While there are several different kinds of leather and companies to choose from, there is nothing quite like leather chesterfields. New Blogs and RSS Feeds

  • But why waste money and space by flooding our homes with tables, chesterfields, armchairs and ottomans, only to have them break or become unfashionable?


  • The over sized lamps and the chesterfields add a homey feeling to the otherwise austere design.



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