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The menorah that started the fire in a front room of the Azan family’s home was about two feet wide and burned oil held in small glass cups.
Large canvases in the front room of the gallery are sophisticated in a different way, inspired by the almost floral shape of a camera aperture (or perhaps the iris of a human eye).
Officers found Horvat with a single gunshot wound to his head in the front room of the home, Kellogg said.
On Saturday, the front room was lined with dozens of new and used bicycles.
From the front room at Pam’s Pantry’s, customers can walk in and purchase the company’s signature spice blends.
Since the storm, the precariously sagging ceiling in her front room has been reinforced by boards.
In the noisy front room, Jonas Mekas, who wrote about film for the Voice from 1957 to 1977, huddled with Ed Fancher, the founding publisher.
Of the 18 posh rooms, the Mayor’s House is the undisputed romantic favorite: The circa 1740 front room leads to a bed chamber where a giant four-poster is warmed by hearth that runs the length of the wall.
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