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  • Their host swept an arm across the luxurious salon.
  • Six or seven times larger than even the most luxurious of office spaces, the knight’s cabinet de travail resembled an ungainly hybrid of science laboratory, archival library, and indoor flea market.
  • One mile away, the hulking albino named Silas limped through the front gate of the luxurious brownstone residence on Rue La Bruyère.
  • We’re going to make it, Sophie thought as she swung the SmartCar’s wheel to the right, cutting sharply past the luxurious Hôtel de Crillon into Paris’s tree-lined diplomatic neighborhood.
  • As he and Fache drew nearer the alcove, Langdon peered down a short hallway, into Saunière’s luxurious study—warm wood, Old Master paintings, and an enormous antique desk on which stood a two-foot-tall model of a knight in full armor.

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  • a luxurious room with an ocean view
  • Habit converts luxurious enjoyments into dull and daily necessities
    Aldous Huxley

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