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On the windowsill of his office, Finkelstein displays a collection of photographs, starring various politicians posing with his family members.
The placement of a favorite pair of salt and pepper shakers on a windowsill, just so; the stack of books on a table, or a painting propped up against a wall — his home was unique, but also familiar in its idiosyncrasies and imperfections.
Towels - as fluffy and white as the snow swirling outside the window - were piled high on the windowsill.
The bulging front fenders rise to meet the low hood; high windowsills and lightly contoured exterior door panels accentuate the car’s length while disguising its height.
On the windowsill in the CEO’s shared office sits the smiling, plastic pull toy, first developed in 1961.
At Oak Park and River Forest High School in June, a small swastika was discovered in a windowsill at building's southernmost entrance on Scoville Avenue.
The windowsills are now topped with a soapstone surface, and the floor lamp is a vintage Sonneman.
Pots of herbs and dainty antiques lined the windowsills as Ms. Cosnean dished out portions from a porcelain tureen full of root vegetable soup glistening with pumpkin seed oil.
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