well-furnished love

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  • A “large and well-furnished garden” yielded “a great variety of fruits all in good order.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • There are two large rooms that can be used for social gatherings equipped with a TV and a beamer and screen, plus a dining room and a well-furnished kitchen next to the swimming pool.

    Lextalionis IX The Queen's Gambit

  • A well-furnished clubhouse that can comfortably house about 70+ people.

    To buy or not to buy?

  • His attention to refuseniks of one kind and another is striking, too: the story of fighting in France is punctuated at regular intervals, throughout its long and winding course, with well-furnished accounts of people who challenged Kitchener's assertion that their country needed them to fight: Bertrand Russell and Emily Hobhouse; Keir Hardie and Charlotte Despard; Stephen Hobhouse and Sylvia Pankhurst.

    To End All Wars by Adam Hochschild – review

  • There have been issues with high-level cartel figures in Mexican prisons sort of skirting justice, living happily in a well-furnished prison cell.

    Mexico Captures Reputed Drug Lord 'La Barbie'

  • Rangel helped create the Rangel Center for Public Service in 2004 to archive his papers and provide what potential donors were told would be a "well-furnished office for Congressman Rangel."

    Rangel says colleagues who similarly sought donations were not punished

  • I merged my consulting business with another one, hired people, expanded office space, added servers, copiers and a well-furnished training facility.

    Why Growing Companies Stumble

  • Mr. Newman, who spent more than a decade as a foreign correspondent, became known for his unflappable manner on the air, embellishing broadcasts with knowledge from his well-furnished mind.

    Edwin Newman, 91, dies; NBC broadcaster, guardian of grammar

  • “When I state that these supplicants were educated men and women, some of whom owned large businesses, well-furnished European houses, and not a few of them their own cars, in which they had come hundreds of miles to visit this pagan god, the power and influence of the old beliefs may readily be imagined,” Rattray wrote.

    Spellbound

  • Merlo thought about this warning as he was shown into a well-furnished bedroom on the second floor.

    2008 December « Official Harry Harrison News Blog

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