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I slowly got up from the futon in my room, the only bedroom in the apartment.
That night became two, and soon the boy claimed a futon in the upstairs office.
The Bean features a fold-up futon for the bed that can be used to create an indoor seating area around a stowable table if the weather goes south.
That night Yuki San lay once more on her soft futon and watched the shadow of the night-lamp play upon the screens.
LITTLE SISTER SNOWFRANCES LITTLE
To-day my father bring what 'Merican call bureau, and many work-box and trays and much fine futon for to sleep on floor with.
LITTLE SISTER SNOWFRANCES LITTLE
Overpowering any resistance, moral and physical, these energetic samurai women bundled their mistress well into futon (quilts).
Coughing up great clouts of blood, the girl sank back, dying on the futon.
The cries were repeated, and the guest, cold with horror, found that the voices proceeded from his futon (quilt).
MYTHS & LEGENDS OF JAPANF. HADLAND (FREDERICK HADLAND) DAVIS
The next day the landlord went to the second-hand shop where he had purchased the futon, and made inquiries.
MYTHS & LEGENDS OF JAPANF. HADLAND (FREDERICK HADLAND) DAVIS
The mats and futon of old-fashioned hotels are full of fleas.
THE FOUNDATIONS OF JAPANJ.W. ROBERTSON SCOTT

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