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On the ground near the flattened tire lay a new one, just taken out of the brackets that had supported it.
MOTOR MATT'S "CENTURY" RUNSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
The walls were graced by a few pictures and portraits, and on the brackets of walnut and mahogany were vases of wild-flowers.
When searching the "junk" box I found some little metal brackets such as used for holding spring roller shades.
Nor could they believe their eyes either when they got it in writing, words first, and the figures in brackets afterwards.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
Some very fine foliated brackets can be seen in the arch between this chapel and the choir aisle.
Those at the east end rest on brackets, and their mouldings lose themselves in the wall on each side of the great window.
At the triforium base foliated brackets support vaulting shafts of three clustered columns.
The word “is” in the translations, although marked with brackets, is not deemed wholly gratuitous.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
The rooms were decorated to befit the day, and great jack-o'-lanterns grinned from mantels or brackets.
However, some concessions have been made, particularly in the handling of stage directions enclosed by brackets on one side.
THE NEW WOMANSYDNEY GRUNDY

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