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Over the head of the bed was an alabaster bracket, on which a beautiful sculptured angel stood, with drooping wings, holding out a crown of myrtle-leaves.
As he was speaking, he put the lamp on a bracket on the wall, and stepping out, took my luggage.
He was no longer astonished when he searched on to find in the register this note, placed in a bracket against his name: --
winks and points to the portrait of a singularly attractive maiden pinned up on Tim's telescope bracket above the steering-wheel.
This wineglass has been smashed all over the place, but one of its splinters lies on the high bracket beside the mantelpiece.
For a long time he gazed upward at it, and then in an attempt to get nearer to it he rested his knee upon a wooden bracket on the wall.
Will the white cups with the gold rim and the beautiful gold flower inside (species unknown), that our Sarah Janes now break in sheer light-heartedness of spirit, be carefully mended, and stood upon a bracket, and dusted only by the lady of the house?
A small piano occupied a corner of the room, with the score of "Don Giovanni" open upon the bracket.
In lifting her arms to perk up the bow at her throat she knocked a hat off the bracket.
Above each card-table stood a magnificent china bowl placed on a gilt and carved bracket fixed to the wall.
Miss Stacy's photograph occupied the place of honor, and Anne made a sentimental point of keeping fresh flowers on the bracket under it.