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  • n. a dressing table


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  • Itazura stood in the doorway of Radiant’s bedroom, watching as she sat before her vanity table combing her hair.

    Time Was

  • Later, around age eight, when I could finally read, I more closely examined the bottles that she kept on her vanity table for synagogue, turned over on her gloved index finger and then dabbed behind her ears and wrists before grabbing her matching purse and hat.

    Roseanne Archy

  • The speaker on the vanity table transformed it to a hollow bark, Mainwaring sat up, eyes nightmare-wide.

    Over the Edge


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