Many of them take a page out of the brasserie history books and maintain small, local operations.
He took a page out of the Bush playbook or, dare I say it, even the Cheney one.
She had torn that page out of their chronicles of acquaintanceship, and assumed that it had never been included.
This would read like a page out of the 'Thousand and One Nights.'
I assure you, Bob, it 's like a page out of some old story of chivalry to listen to him.
I will illustrate my meaning by a page out of my own experience.
This revival and its consequences are like a page out of a silly romance.
It is like a page out of the Bible—a flight into Egypt—and they are going towards Egypt too.
I read all that, and it was almost as unreal as a page out of the Arabian Nights.
My dear Colvin,—One page out of my picture book I must give you.