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The car's handsome design had nods to town (a steel roof and smart deco detailing on the fender skirts) and country (mitered white ash paneling on the sides and rear, mahogany on the interior).
By November, the boat, a 17-foot mahogany beauty built in 1961, was at the Shangri-La marina.
Four of the original six mahogany stalls were restored.
The fireplace was converted to floor-to-ceiling dimensions, and a mahogany surround was added.
Whiskey, our favorite of the black scents, embodies the bracing-but-comforting feeling of the spirit it's named for with a blend of mahogany, oak, sage, and cinnamon.
Instead, suites are sunny and classic, dappled in shades of yellow and cornflower blue, and heavy on the prints and mahogany—try to snag a room with a waterfall vista, or opt for the view of your bathtub-side television instead.
In 1975, music promoter and Holocaust survivor Bill Graham helped sponsor the lighting of a 25-foot tall mahogany menorah, the first large-scale display of its kind outside of Israel.
In a great location directly above the Pacific Place mall, this glass tower has eclectic interiors—Brazilian mahogany woodwork, Thai timber handrails, and Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese marble.
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