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  • n. Burl (the type of wood).


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  • Also, it has a pressurized cabin plush with Italian leather seats, burlwood accents and integrated flight systems.

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  • At Sollo Rago in October, a Nakashima burlwood coffee table sold for $180,000; that same table sold for only $10,200 in 2001.

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  • Lucy sips her coffee and eyes the cream-cheese bagel on the burlwood tray.


  • There was a lot of built-in luxury, like leather, sat-nav, entertainment units, a sea of cup holders, and burlwood trim.

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  • So precious are these chocolates that Richart even sells a burlwood chocolate vault with temperature and humidity gauges, like a humidor, for $650.

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  • As if this were a signal, Torin leaned forward and pulled down a small, polished burlwood door, revealing a bay, equipped with a mini-hibachi and all the accoutrements for making tea.

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  • Nicholas, feeling suddenly deflated, sat down on the edge of his burlwood desk.

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  • Shipley reached over, pressed another button, and a portion of the burlwood fascia flipped down to expose a safe.

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  • Next to it was a burlwood French secretary at which sat a woman who turned and rose as he was ushered into the room.

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  • It had been placed adjacent to a burlwood French Secretary so that whoever sat in the chair behind the desk could nave an unobstructed view of it.

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