leather-topped love


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  • The major took a piece of paper from a drawer and slid it across the leather-topped desk to Emmanuel.

    Let The Dead Lie

  • A handsome leather-topped desk dominated the room.

    The Shadow of Your Smile

  • Corresponding to her own little dressing room was a small study for him, with a leather-topped desk over which hung an antique map, with its quaint distortions, of the then known world.

    The Houseguest

  • The dining room, done up in chocolate and vanilla with stainless steel, is minimally decorated in a modern, corporate style, with a maple floor, moss-green, leather-topped tables and swiveling leather Eames chairs.

    Seasoned Chef Swaps Boulud For Reliable, Rustic Italian

  • Around the corner was ANOTHER waiting room, with more leather chairs, several tables and mod leather-topped stools, another TV, glass side tables, two X-Box racing games, four laptops for browsing Mazda inventory, and a big coffee bar with the largest assortment of coffee condiments outside of a Starbucks.

    haloaskew Diary Entry

  • The dark-stained wood shelves still held the same books and journals, the spinach-green leather-topped desk still supported a PC and brimming in-trays.

    Walls of Silence

  • He lit two candles, then crouched by the leather-topped desk.

    Sharpe's Prey

  • Another had been converted into an office, with built-in bookshelves and a large leather-topped desk.

    Seven Up

  • One portly old charmer, who had been upper-middle management in the KGB, filled a whole afternoon around a long leather-topped table by telling me what restaurants to go to and what food to order — smoked sturgeon, piroshki, mushroom pie.

    Licks of Love in the Heart of the Cold War

  • She had the decanter and glasses on the leather-topped drum table by her elbow.

    Beacon Street Mourning


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