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Glass chandeliers were suspended from the roof; handsome mirrors were intermixed with the prints and pictures.
Grace was the Gibson type, tall and slender and fair-haired and very pretty, with a decided liking for looking in mirrors.
In practice it is seldom necessary to touch the adjusting screws of the mirrors themselves.
The lookouts gave free vision in all directions except directly below the hull, and a series of mirrors corrected this defect.
Inside there was a fire burning, furs strewn about the floor, metal urns and even mirrors hung on the rough stone walls.
The Germans looted the place and smashed the mirrors over the mantelpiece, whilst there is a bullet hole through the door.
This blaze of light is further increased by reflection from the large glasses and mirrors which are found in every room.
The doors and other compartments of the room were not papered, but had French mirrors let into the panelling.
NEWTON FORSTERCAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT
Some years later, Governor Spotswood built himself a beautiful house in Virginia, which he ornamented with large mirrors.
THE STORY OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIESH. A. (HLNE ADELINE) GUERBER
Those keen young eyes conveyed the impression of convex mirrors.
THE BUTTERFLY HOUSEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN

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