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He kisses the top of her head lightly and goes round to the club fender, where he sits with his back to the fireplace.
FIRST PLAYSA. A. MILNE
The boy was hurt; my heart went out to him, for the memory of my own sock-ball and tickley-bender days came back to me.
Oliver retained his stool by the fire; and Barney, wrapped in a blanket, stretched himself on the floor, close outside the fender.
The impact dragged down on the speed of the roadster so that the rear right fender was only crumpled by the brick work.
He stood on the tiger-skin rug before the fender, watching his cousin and smoking furiously.
DOPESAX ROHMER
The rain plashed against the windows, a coal fell through the grate and dropped upon the fender.
TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINEJENNIE M. DRINKWATER
The doll fell with a great crash, into the fender among the fire-irons, and there was a little burst of laughter.
That all boats should be fitted with a protective continuous fender, to lessen the risk of damage when being lowered in a seaway.
He moved a little aside, also finding the fire hot, and flipped his cigarette ash into the fender.
Mary finally yielded the point, and gathering up the crumpled jacket, started in quest of Billy Bender.
THE ENGLISH ORPHANSMARY JANE HOLMES

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