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  • 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

  •   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

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

    THE TICK IS FULL

  • 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

  • The doorman handed his regular clothes to his brother, who put them in a backpack resting against the footrail at the bar.

    The Fourth Hand

  • A dividing curtain was partially pulled in front of the bed in the distance, so from the nursing station I couldn't see much more than the footrail.

    Critical Conditions

  • Ignoring the calls for ale, Kaelay worked her way through the crowded tables to where Dralan stood, his back turned, one elegantly booted foot resting on the footrail.

    The Dragons at War

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