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Hockney's portrait of Mr. Chow and Ruscha's logo decorate the restaurant's matchbooks, and meals are served on Twombly-designed Wedgwood plates.
The lipstick tube and matchbook, jumbled with a pair of sunglasses and a ring, seem discarded by an appearance-conscious giantess.
The research published in the European Journal of Nutrition linked chowing down on about 40 grams of cheese daily (about the size of a matchbook) with the lowest chances of heart disease and stroke.
And the winning matchbook will go on exhibit in the library’s Hervey Family Rare Book Room.
But just as the once-ubiquitous matchbooks have disappeared, so have correspondence schools.
Entrants are limited to stories that fit on the inside of a matchbook cover.
To build a useful spacecraft that’s roughly matchbook size is...something that would have inconceivable not so long ago.
The plot, based on a couple of Damon Runyan stories but updated to the early days of television, could fit on a matchbook cover.
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