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Tiffany’s board will meet Wednesday to discuss the new terms, they said.
They had paid a top-of-the-market price ahead of the pandemic for Tiffany.
It did not need any alteration and I think I shall buy that pearl and amethyst necklace at Tiffany's.
THE BUTTERFLY HOUSEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
During the summer absence alterations were made in the Hartford home, with extensive decorations by Tiffany.
Shade with tiffany, or close-meshed netting, in bright sunny weather; removing it early in the afternoon.
The dining room has a center table with a Tiffany-type lamp.
THE HACIENDAS OF MEXICOPAUL ALEXANDER BARTLETT
Mrs. Tiffany halted under one tree to call pleasantries up to a Portuguese, friend of many a harvest before.
Judge Tiffany proceeded on down the row, pausing to inspect the boxes for any fruit gathered before it was ripe.
Judge Tiffany, who held (he thought) an old-fashioned distaste for impudence, smiled back in spite of himself.
“Mr. Chester is one of the University boys who are picking for us this summer,” said Judge Tiffany.

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