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Where a vase is thrown, the shattering like soft but sharp music on the hardwood floor.
At Gattler Fitzpatrick, Rose did the filing, handled scheduling for Gattler and another attorney, straightened up the little waiting room between clients, maintained a vase of fresh flowers on the reception desk.
Think printed hand towels or a faceted hanging vase.
Cut some berries and arrange them sky high in a glass cylinder-like vase.
In return, Hong Lei, who is consul general of the People's Republic of China in Chicago, and the rest of his delegation presented students, teachers and Barrington School District 220 administrators with a traditional vase.
More glitz is added in the kitchen in a cabinet with glass doors that highlights the couple’s glass, vase and chalice collection above black and white cloudy granite custom countertops.
Another woman’s face appears in a portrait hung on a wall, above a vase of lilies; her steady gaze is vibrant and striking, like the colors on Ojih Odutola’s canvas.
The Infinite Rose Cube from Only Roses in Beverly Hills features nine Infinite Roses — Ecuadorian roses that have been preserved, do not require water and maintain their beauty for up to a year — presented in a black crystal vase.
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