My copy lies in back of a bookcase where I threw it in frustration before I got to page 100.
Sprinkle a little Cayenne pepper in the cracks at the back of the shelves of the bookcase.
"Here's the book I got myself from," said John, advancing to a bookcase.
And me blue and black all over, to say nothing of the bookcase and the new paint that'll be wanted for the door!
Mrs. Wright, meantime, lighted the candles, her eyes on the bookcase.
Glance over the bookcase and see if you notice a book of short stories—detective stories, you know.
They had mistrusted him; and he had sold his watch, his bookcase, and even his linen.
The slat-back chair beside the bookcase is the most valuable type of its period, being made about 1750.
At this point there was a masculine chuckle from the armchair by the bookcase.
Perceiving that these works were scarcely of a kind calculated to while away an idle hour, Chichikov turned to a second bookcase.