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As she ducked out of the Sheraton fundraiser, she met a group of women coming at her on the up escalator.
Then she blacked out the name of the woman who had spent the night at the Sheraton Hotel.A Woman Blogger’s Scoop Helped Save Tunisia From Islamists|Thomas A. Bass|April 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sheraton trusted almost entirely for decoration to his marqueterie.Illustrated History of Furniture|Frederick Litchfield
This shape was much affected by Hepplewhite on his sideboards, and by Sheraton in his earlier style (see Figures 35 and 38).
There were the high, wide ones of Chippendale or Sheraton, that would almost fill one side of a room.
They had backs with straight tops, rather like Sheraton chairs, and several small splats joining top rail to seat.The Art of Interior Decoration|Grace Wood
Sheraton, more the artist than the craftsman, made no such blunders.Chats on Old Clocks|Arthur Hayden
severe style of late 18c. English furniture, 1883, from name of cabinetmaker Thomas Sheraton (1751-1806). The family name is from a place in Durham, late Old English Scurufatun (c.1040), probably "farmstead of a man called Skurfa" (an old Scandinavian personal name). The hotel chain dates from 1937 and has no obvious direct connection.