leather-upholstered love



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  • Everything was in order and place, from my shaving outfit in the drawer beside the wash-basin, and my sea-boots and oilskins hung ready to hand, to my writing materials on the desk, before which a swing arm-chair, leather-upholstered and screwed solidly to the floor, invited me.


  • Toward the back, O'Hara's English Pub, with its brick walls and velvet- and leather-upholstered chairs, is a gem with a large whiskey selection.

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  • There's a soaring, art-filled lobby, bistro meals served on china enameled with the General Dynamics logo and an auditorium with seven rows of white leather-upholstered seats, each with its own microphone and laptop docking station.

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  • Although word of GP2 has begun to spread around town, the club is facing cutthroat competition — mainly from a dark, leather-upholstered club next door.

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  • According to news reports, it was decorated in dark cherrywood and beige marble, with leather-upholstered furniture, white carpeting, and walls covered in white silk.


  • It was an incongruous sight among the taxis lined up outside the airport, and I wondered briefly if I was being secretly filmed for a send-up video as the driver opened the door into the spacious leather-upholstered interior.

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  • She turned to one of the massive leather-upholstered couches in the corner of the mess.


  • The 181-room St. Regis Deer Valley opened a year ago, with its own leather-upholstered, climate-controlled funicular; St. Regis butler service; a 14,000-foot Remède Spa; and menus designed by Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

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  • Inside the cool clubhouse, with its large sitting rooms and abundance of leather-upholstered chairs, I accompanied a delicious prosciutto-mozzarella-and-tomato-on-baguette lunch with about sixteen glasses of ice water and POWERade to rebuild my depleted electrolytes, then one piece of apple torte.

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  • Both can stand for change, the question is does America want to drive into the future in the latest leather-upholstered Cadillac or newest Toyota hybrid?

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