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Spanberger won in 2018 with hefty support from voters in the western Richmond suburbs — in Chesterfield and Henrico counties — and unofficial returns showed she had strong backing there again this year.
Mr Chesterfield was disposed to take a party of the dragoons, and go back himself in search of them.
Mr Chesterfield now pushed forward with a party by the lane towards the 410 ford, the convoy and the rest of the escort following.
Belinda (crossing to the Chesterfield, picking up her book and handing it to Tremayne, who puts it on the table).
BELINDAA. A. MILNE
Sliding down to the seat of the Chesterfield next to Belinda, who moves along to make room for her.
BELINDAA. A. MILNE
Belinda, with a sigh, moves over to the Chesterfield and settles herself comfortably into it.
BELINDAA. A. MILNE
They are mere moralities of the Franklin or Chesterfield variety, counsels of worldly wisdom, but they leave the soul untouched.
He sat down beside her on the chesterfield; the couch was small and Julia, close beside him, cold and hard as a rock.
MARRIED LIFEMAY EDGINTON
Marie was spreading out the gown on the chesterfield from which Julia and Desmond had risen to make room for it.
MARRIED LIFEMAY EDGINTON
Behind her back, as she sat settled in the corner of a chesterfield, a fat silk pillow was crushed.
MARRIED LIFEMAY EDGINTON

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