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It took her a long time to go upstairs; her head whirled, and if she had not clung to the baluster she would have fallen.
AMABEL CHANNICEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
As he was retiring, a heavy step sounded on the stair, accompanied by the clank of a scabbard against the baluster.
THE TAVERN KNIGHTRAFAEL SABATINI
"I only wish Grace Clifford had been here," murmured Susy, clutching hold of the baluster.
He laid on the broad marble top of the baluster a little chamois-bag.
THE VOICE IN THE FOGHAROLD MACGRATH
The front stairway is provided with a railing, baluster, etc., and the one from the kitchen is within an enclosure.
CONVENIENT HOUSESLOUIS HENRY GIBSON
Eight of the baluster columns round the triforia are from the former Saxon church, and date from 793.
"Now let us sit here a while and listen," said Kenelm, seating himself on the baluster of the bridge.
KENELM CHILLINGLY, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
He steadied himself by grasping the baluster, and the doctor left him, and sent out Ducie.
A RECONSTRUCTED MARRIAGEAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR
When he last saw his betrothed alive it was in that same place, and almost in a similar attitude—leaning over the baluster rail.
GWEN WYNNMAYNE REID
He appears to be in the act of descending some stairs, and his right hand is placed on the baluster.

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