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  • You can unscrew it and there's a satin-lined cavity underneath.

    Pam Grout: The Theater At The Center Of The Universe

  • Here we were, my father, my sisters, and I, looking over the outrageously priced, satin-lined airtight ones.

    The Best American Poetry 2010

  • Here we were, my father, my sisters, and I, looking over the outrageously priced, satin-lined airtight ones.

    The Best American Poetry 2010

  • She forced her way back into the trauma room and watched as her husband was moved from the stretcher into the satin-lined casket.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • This house proposes that we not sully the memory of a parent, least of all one who sends a judder through a child, unleashing rather that selfsame, satin-lined grizzly, that selfsame man-eater whose breath is furring the windshield.

    The Windshield

  • This house proposes that we not sully the memory of a parent, least of all one who sends a judder through a child, unleashing rather that selfsame, satin-lined grizzly, that selfsame man-eater whose breath is furring the windshield.

    The Windshield

  • Here we were, my father, my sisters, and I, looking over the outrageously priced, satin-lined airtight ones.

    The Best American Poetry 2010

  • Ghost ship arriving in England; crazed, insect-gobbling servant; red satin-lined opera cape; "I don't drink ... wine."

    Interviews with various vampires

  • Each coin, minted in 99.95 percent pure platinum, is encapsulated in plastic and mounted in a satin-lined velvet presentation case.

    2008 American Eagle Platinum Uncirculated Coins Now Available : Coin Collecting News

  • When Sarah told me that she slept every night in her own satin-lined coffin, I told her that I did not believe her.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

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