1 Opposite the winding stair stood a walnut sideboard, too large for use in the dining room, bearing on its wide top several lamps and a long row of candles in candlesticks.
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2 The little room, cheaply furnished in black walnut, was in semidarkness, the lamp shaded with a newspaper.
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3 She revolted from the complacent ugliness of Mrs. Peniston's black walnut, from the slippery gloss of the vestibule tiles, and the mingled odour of sapolio and furniture-polish that met her at the door.
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4 She was meditating upon walnut fudge, the plays of Brieux, the reasons why heels run over, and the fact that the chemistry instructor had stared at the new coiffure which concealed her ears.
5 She smiled at him, and the Perrys faded, the pioneers faded, till they were but daguerreotypes in a black walnut cupboard.
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6 A long-skirted, cabalistically-cut coat of a faded walnut tinge enveloped him; the overlapping sleeves of which were rolled up on his wrists.
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7 One evening when we were picking out kernels for walnut taffy, Tony told us a new story.
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8 A dog, a woman, an a walnut tree.
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9 They were perfectly round white things a trifle smaller than an English walnut.
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10 I could see clearly a room with a sanded floor, clean scoured; a dresser of walnut, with pewter plates ranged in rows, reflecting the redness and radiance of a glowing peat-fire.
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11 The old walnut trees are all come down to make room for it.
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12 Two governesses were sitting with the Vogels at a table, on which were plates of raisins, walnuts, and almonds.
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