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stationery
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David Copperfield
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  • On these occasions Mr. Dick never travelled without a leathern writing-desk, containing a supply of stationery and the Memorial; in relation to which document he had a notion that time was beginning to press now, and that it really must be got out of hand.
  • I observed, however, that Mr. Spenlow’s proctorial gown and stiff cravat took Peggotty down a little, and inspired her with a greater reverence for the man who was gradually becoming more and more etherealized in my eyes every day, and about whom a reflected radiance seemed to me to beam when he sat erect in Court among his papers, like a little lighthouse in a sea of stationery.

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  • [I]t was a newspaper and stationery shop, the kind that sells almost everything, including sweets...
    Roald Dahl  --  Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  • Stationery for a writer, and a writer’s wife who’s maybe angling for a love letter or two.
    Gillian Flynn  --  Gone Girl

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