She sank on her knees before a little couch in
the darkest corner of the room.
I found her propped up on the couch in
her bay-window, with her foot in a big slipper.
There was an old couch in
the house, which was his favourite resting-place by day; and when the sun shone, and the weather was warm, Nicholas had this wheeled into a little orchard which was close at hand, and his charge being well wrapped up and carried out to it, they used to sit there sometimes for hours together.
And my couch in
the cooling gallery - my favorite couch, in my favorite corner, which I had secured with gusto on coming in - it was a bed of thorns, with hideous visions of a plank-bed to follow!
He reclined on his couch in
the sitting-room, and extinguished the light.
Marjorie Chakravarti, 72, got the couch in
1992 from a GP centre in Todmorden, West Yorks, where Shipman began his lethal career.
the morning, I left my couch in
Tatamagouche, and that has made a big
A week ago she changed her online profile and now she is ready to host a traveler on her new brown couch in
her house in Worcester.
Congratulations to Sylvia Stern of Richboro, PA whose brightly-colored green retro sofa won the infamous title of Ugliest Couch in
The 131-year-old company has embarked on this impressive growth under the stewardship of owner, chairman and chief executive Michael Sandford-Couch, who took over from his father Stuart Couch in
I remember that day so clearly,'' said the UC Riverside-bound Fike, who plays next to Couch in
Leading MBA as it tries to shape policy on abusive lending will be a key role for Couch in
the coming year.
A few mornings ago, the rail-thin TV and radio personality settled on a couch in
the corner of a Beverly Hills hotel's empty bar area and ordered coffee, black.
The only pre-requisite is that a user needs to offer up a couch in
order to take advantage of other people's couches.
A confirmed Democrat, he won Hoover's admiration as a man who was willing to put aside political partisanship when national emergencies demanded unified action," James Olson wrote of Couch in
a 1973 Arkansas Historical Quarterly article.