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There was chrome trim up front with fake wood on the dash and smoked pewter-look trim on the center stack and center air vents.
Francis himself presented the officer with flowers and a pewter tankard, according to the CDA records.
To his 300 customers, Mr. Gomberg was adding Mr. Miller’s 80 customers and his crates of roughly 2,000 handblown bottles of thick, colorful glass with pewter siphon tops.
Walls are cool pewter gray and linens are crisp; on the landing overlooking the courtyard, hanging chairs swing in the late-day breeze. Aperitifs of cold sparkling wine mixed with a splash of Suze, an herby liqueur, are served in bistro glasses.
Moore, tall and physically fit at age 70 with a respectable head of pewter hair, sat at a table with assembly leaders and split a plate of fried chicken livers with his wife, Kayla.
There was salsa verde in a pewter gravy boat, horseradish sauce and apple chutney.
Magenta, vermillion, marigold, pewter, juniper, cinnamon.
The tropical colors of Arquitectonica's early work have given way to a more restrained palette with shades of neutral gray ranging from dull pewter to mercury to slate and silver.
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