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  • Half-naked, wearing only his jockey shorts, he was holding onto the footrail of his bed.

    Western Man

  • To the right bulked the bar, smoke-and-age-stained, the top worn and scarred, the footrail worn through in places.

    Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon

  • Half-naked, wearing only his jockey shorts, he was holding onto the footrail of his bed.

    Western Man

  • His readings always lasted exactly ninety minutes and used the same props—a maroon curtain behind him, a footrail next to the lectern, and a block to the side where he rested his hand or elbow during the performance.

    Louisa May Alcott

  • The bar itself was fitted with a brass footrail that had three cuspidors pushed neatly under it.

    Rain Gods

  • He grabbed his pants off the iron footrail of the bed and rolled them up.

    THE TICK IS FULL

  •   He grabbed his pants off the iron footrail of the bed and rolled them up.

    THE TICK IS FULL

  • The bar itself was fitted with a brass footrail that had three cuspidors pushed neatly under it.

    Rain Gods

  • The bar itself was fitted with a brass footrail that had three cuspidors pushed neatly under it.

    Rain Gods

  • We stood at the long, mahogany bar with its traditional brass footrail and Jack ordered us a couple snifters of brandy.

    Hacker - Death at the Member-Guest

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