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  • Mr. Baldwin said he placed his son on a love-seat and ran outside before collapsing on his front lawn.

    Baby, Sitter Die in 'Tragic Accident'

  • My wife and I bought these nice microfibre sofa and love-seat when we got married.

    Use Homemade Stain Removers To Banish Tough Stains | Lifehacker Australia

  • At our last duty station, we gave our sofa and love-seat away knowing that we were going to purchase new furniture once we got here.

    February 2009 - SpouseBUZZ

  • In a current ad campaign, Nancy sits on a love-seat with Newt Gingrich yammering about working together to create a better ecology, however her Congress passed another, too-little/too-late bill to benefit corporations while harming our environment and future.

    Nancy Pelosi's Day Job

  • The name “FlexibleLove” was derived from the concept of a ‘flexible love-seat’ - seating that could hold from one to as many as sixteen individuals; changing length and shape with a simple pull at each end.

    Waking up sick

  • Here, on the love-seat, in front of the fire, alone with my thoughts.

    creating my own dreams

  • Valued at $9 million in 1995, the house...has a large screened-in porch, decorative columns, and a green-and-white love-seat swing on its sandy front lawn.

    Hullabaloo

  • While Okami perched himself on the edge of a curved love-seat, he went to a small, drop-leafed table set against a wall.

    The Kaisho

  • He took her through the vast master bedroom with its canopied, four-poster bed and sunken sitting area, complete with curved velvet love-seat and ornate marble fireplace, its mantel held aloft by carved cherubim.

    The Kaisho

  • Explosions, one! two! three!, ripped through the back of the love-seat just as Okami pulled Faith down.

    The Kaisho

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