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  • Then he walked from his office into the dark-paneled sanctuary and welcomed the congregation to the Palm Sunday celebration.

    Burial for a King

  • They followed it to the end, then entered a dark-paneled office.

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

  • He took me off the beaten path, to a dark-paneled room attached to an obsolete motel.

    Miniature Golf

  • Now, its gorgeous dark-paneled walls are polished, the big murals of winter evening park scenes have been restored to their luminous beauty, and the TV has been banished (although during the day, two retractable screens may descend for big games).

    Signs of Spring in New York

  • MOSCOW -- Just before midnight earlier this month, one of Russia's richest businessmen was rushing among the dark-paneled meeting rooms outside his office, cordless phone in hand.

    Russian Oligarch Oleg Deripaska Struggles To Save Metals Empire

  • We entered a family room with dark-paneled walls, leather furniture, and a big TV/stereo setup.

    THE LAST GREAT GETAWAY of the WATER BALLOON BOYS

  • You stepped off the elevator on the sixteenth floor into a dark-paneled, dimly lit reception area and were greeted by an elderly man wearing a blue smock.

    The Rise and Fall of Bear Stearns

  • She cracked open her lids, found herself on a mattress on the floor in some dark-paneled room.

    Deep Kiss Of Winter

  • In the dark-paneled Bing, with its backlit swag curtain and always-uncomfortable seats, I saw films starring Laurence Olivier, Ingrid Bergman, Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn.

    Lacma and the Cinéastes

  • Ambience: A true modern-day brasserie, Comme Ça features dark-paneled wainscoting, chalkboard menus and a host of mirrors on the wall.

    Hot Spot: Comme Ça in Los Angeles

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