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  • Another highlight will be a pair of comfortable-looking, giltwood armchairs with a Cognac-velvet, floral covering, just made for sitting by the fire, by sought-after maker Jean-Jacques Pothier and dating back to around 1760 estimate: €200,000-€300,000.

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  • The interior was dusty and cool, but surprisingly comfortable-looking.

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  • It opened with his approach, revealing a comfortable-looking office.

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  • In place of formality at Paris fashion week are earthier looks on the runways -- sweaters, simple dresses, jackets and comfortable-looking slacks.

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  • From its shelves I took a copy of a Shakespeare play that I had mostly forgotten, and sat down in one of the comfortable-looking red-leather armchairs.

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  • They were all dressed in comfortable-looking cotton meditation outfits similar to those worn by Oliver and his aides, and carried coats and sweaters over their arms.


  • “Nothing you need worry about,” said Mrs. Black, who had already climbed inside and had her skirts spread out across one of the comfortable-looking seats.

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  • To the right of the desk, comfortable-looking chairs clustered around end tables piled with slick magazines; cubicles occupied the left side of the room.

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  • The living room was very pretty, with bright chintzy fabrics covering the sofa and two comfortable-looking chairs.

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  • It was a widespread, comfortable-looking building, two-storied, slate-roofed, with great yellow blotches of lichen upon the gray walls.

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