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  • Compared with some of Europe's sun-flooded auto ateliers, D-Ham looks less industrial than correctional.

    Chevrolet Volt: A Win for the Home Team

  • About a month ago I stood in the sun-flooded atrium of the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking, England, listening to Mr. Dennis talk about the company's new road-car venture and its first issue, the MP4-12C.

    The Best Sports Car, and Why to Skip It

  • A person relaxing with a sun-flooded book might have her face lit mainly by the reflected light, which would have positive connotations.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • A person relaxing with a sun-flooded book might have her face lit mainly by the reflected light, which would have positive connotations.

    Portrait Lighting: Underlighting

  • I am having to do this not like Cousteau with his assiduous team aboard the sun-flooded schooner but here alone.

    Adrienne Rich, the wreck and not the story of the wreck, the thing itself

  • Their ‘sun-flooded, eat-in kitchen’ is prominently featured in the Open House listing their realtor, Lily, is running in the New York Times tomorrow.

    ‘Heroic Measures’

  • It's a very bright, grassy green that's neither as chartreuse-y as the first photo nor as sage-y as the second one; it looks as though it belongs in a sun-flooded room in someone's country home on a breezy summer day.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • Someone saw him crossing the sun-flooded courtyard, almost warm enough to be pleasant without the flying jacket he wore, because the overcaptain was waiting for him just beyond the entry foyer to the small, single-story headquarters building.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • It's a very bright, grassy green that's neither as chartreuse-y as the first photo nor as sage-y as the second one; it looks as though it belongs in a sun-flooded room in someone's country home on a breezy summer day.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Mr. Gourevitch was looking freshly scrubbed in blue-and-white-striped, rolled-up shirtsleeves, sitting in the newly inhabited offices of the magazine — a suite of airy, sun-flooded rooms with blond wood floors, cathedral ceilings and a Tribeca address (White Street between Broadway and Church) that could almost be described as swanky.

    Gourevitch Moves The Paris Review To Terra Tribeca

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