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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • "I can only say good night tonight with a clear conscience," said Anne, cuddling luxuriously down among her pillows.
  • I never saw any mahogany, but it does sound SO luxurious.
  • Anne blew a couple of airy kisses from her fingertips past the cherry blossoms and then, with her chin in her hands, drifted luxuriously out on a sea of daydreams.
  • "It’s about Diana," sobbed Anne luxuriously.
  • …with a string of pearls about her smooth white throat and real carnations in her hair—rumor whispered that the master had sent all the way to town for them for her—"climbed the slimy ladder, dark without one ray of light," Anne shivered in luxurious sympathy; when the choir sang "Far Above the Gentle Daisies" Anne gazed at the ceiling as if it were frescoed with angels; when Sam Sloane proceeded to explain and illustrate "How Sockery Set a Hen" Anne laughed until people sitting near…
  • "Velvet carpet," sighed Anne luxuriously, "and silk curtains!

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  • a luxurious room with an ocean view
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