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  • I glanced at the smoked-glass doors that reflected the late-afternoon sunlight.

    Brooklyn Story

  • Yes, everybody knows that us queers are just flighty and trendy and when we get bored with it like we did with smoked-glass interior design and South Beach, we'll move on to something else, like brunching.

    When You're Desperate

  • The daylight looked to be on the wane, but it was always hard to tell through the smoked-glass windows of the Herald building.

    The Priest

  • Columbus Park, a 50-seat Italian eatery in downtown Stamford, sits across the street from a smoked-glass office building which is advertising more than 40,000 square feet of office space.

    Connecticut Struggles to Join Rebound

  • Michael opened up the video cabinet and found the illuminated video system: DVD player, DVR, VCR, tuner, and on its own shelf behind a smoked-glass panel, a computer and flat-panel display.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • At 6:55 P.M., a black Silverado with smoked-glass windows pulled into the lot.

    The Whisperers

  • High smoked-glass windows, cut-glass mirrors, like the inside of a Gypsy wagon except for a bar, with brass railings and spittoons, running the length of the room.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • Every horizontal surface contained at least one smoked-glass ashtray.

    Bring On the Night

  • F. perched on the mixing desk as Jackson headed into the studio just beyond a smoked-glass window.


  • Now, as handsome young men took their luggage and led them into a smoked-glass and gray-slate lobby, it felt as if they were in a movie.



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