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The curved form of the kitchen ceiling evokes a tablecloth being gently unfurled across a table.
No, think instead of DC-3s with 21 seats and tablecloth service, of lazing along at a sensible 8,000 feet over a checkerboard of farms and sprawl-less little towns.
When the forecast calls for temperatures below 20 degrees, cover tender plants with an old sheet, tablecloth or even plastic, anchored with rocks or other weights.
Usually, the core components of a romantic dinner include white tablecloth settings, candles, great wine, and lots of butter.
What's at stake is the faith of the athletes who, when all the corporate advertising and white-tablecloth dinners are stripped away, make up the core of the Olympics.
Tiffany blue, black, silver and white was the color palette of choice: black tablecloths were topped with a Tiffany blue overlay with some featuring lush white floral centerpieces.
Out in the meeting room, members gathered at tables festooned with orange tablecloths and grabbed a bite to eat, chatting and shaking hands as the program began.
Try taping a disposable tablecloth to the outside of the child’s bedroom door and fill it with balloons.
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