well-upholstered love



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  • Jemima Rooper as the male-attired Rachel has a wonderful macho swagger, and Suzi Toase gives full value to Francis's well-upholstered Brighton belle.

    One Man, Two Guvnors - review

  • I wouldn't mind a Bell's Fat Cats Calendar, after yesterday's superb effort and the many other appearances by those well-upholstered felines.

    Cartoon: Steve Bell on the 'big society bank'

  • Night after night in the late 1960s he used the well-upholstered Balliol JCR to argue for the true path to socialism and plot insurrections against the capitalist system and its handmaidens, the College and University authorities.

    Esther Addley's Diary

  • It was a well-upholstered citizen's slum, drawn to exacting state specifications.


  • I suppose if you absolutely had to you could get one set of golf clubs in the back seat, but you'd have to lower the top to get them in and out of that well-upholstered sinkhole.

    Wheels That Need No Reinventing

  • Told in consistently well-upholstered prose, this is the perfect tale for autumn.

    Portrait of an Unknown Woman: Summary and book reviews of Portrait of an Unknown Woman by Vanora Bennett.

  • It seems that Lord Hope and his pals on the well-upholstered putative Supreme Court bench are unhappy about the address of the new court, in Little George Street, SW1, and with the domain name the court will have on the web.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The alternative is to sit on the sidelines, safely pontificating from the berth of a well-upholstered desk in Faringdon Road or Wapping, and never troubling to get your hands dirty.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • In late middle age she reaches the recognition that her future is more or less what she had started with before she met Edward: the life of a well-upholstered widow who, this time around, had once been a queen.

    Houses Divided

  • Friends and strangers gazed at my increasingly well-upholstered waistline and asked, "So, are you excited?"

    Liz Gumbinner: Beware the Swaddlers


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