flower-patterned love

flower-patterned

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  • The place was carousel beautiful; white and gold and clean and bright with polished hardwood floors, gilded lamps, mahogany tables, flower-patterned settees and palm trees in the corners.

    Charlotte’s Family Tree « A Fly in Amber

  • In front of me stood Jared Sampson's mom, with her red lipstick, short blonde perm and flower-patterned capri pants.

    Jared Sampson's Mom

  • As an alternative, try a flower-patterned maxi dress worn with sandals for a boho-chic look.

    Ace the School Reunion

  • But what remains is glorious: Christ wears a bold red-lined blue cloak in a panel of "The Harrowing of Hell" carved between 1440 and 1470, while an expanse of flower-patterned drapery dominates a panel of "The Capture of St. Edmund" carved c.

    Giving Physical Form to Faith

  • Now the Americans were ransacking the house in search of weapons Jamal may have hidden between flower-patterned mattresses stacked atop creaky plywood shelves or in the threadbare clothes the soldiers had tossed out of the sole closet onto the poured-concrete floor.

    Peace Meals

  • Opening her eyes a crack, she could make out the dark outlines of flower-patterned wallpaper, the bulk of a wardrobe at the foot of the bed.

    FALSE MERMAID

  • I could see the little room in the pension in front of me as clear as day: white walls, a low ceiling, small greyish-green bedside tables, one sole chair and then one huge double bed under a gorgeous flower-patterned bedspread.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • A rickety table in one corner held Edies Singer sewing machine, while the flower-patterned spread on the twin bed had long since disappeared under stacks of material and patterns, as well as Edies many half-completed sewing projects.

    Cruel Intent

  • Okay, I guess -- except that the loading hatch at the back was wide open and I kept worrying that my luggage was going to slide out the door, open like a parachute and hit someone below on the head with my flower-patterned and lace-trimmed pink and blue flannel nightgown.

    Eye witness report: Marines drop acid in western Iraq!

  • Wickenden had been pouring two and a half packets of sugar into his flower-patterned favorite tea mug, and was trying to fold the half-empty sugar packet, in order to save it for his next cup.

    The Art Thief

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