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And dreaming of a gilded future for automobiles, and those who drive them, is what these shows are about.
Their uniform hairstyle, usually the shape of gilded parentheses, was telling.
At some point, the gilded generation turns silver and retires.
The tomb contained a wooden coffin decorated with a copper lattice and a gilded mask, sitting on a raised platform.
We can not be the zoo keeper of the planet and that a bird in a gilded cage is still a bird in a cage.
The new monarch, clad in golden robes, was carried off in a gilded palanquin.
It was a time of new wealth, a gilded age in which entire families came into fortunes overnight.
We are living through a second gilded age with our own robber barons at the controls.
So, a magazine for the moneyed plans a gilded portal.
Behind its gilded gate is a gently lit lobby with plush sofas and a well-stocked bar.
Some of the linen-wrapped cats still looked presentable, and a few even had gilded faces.
They ruled from golden thrones and gilded their chariots with gold.
Gilded and coffered ceiling, marble columns in grandiose lobby.
At night the eye is not distracted by the radiance of gilded domes.
It's carved of wood, and the exterior has a vertical grain that simulates yellowed or lightly gilded pages.
The gilded walls and ceilings are unchanged, but the throne has been replaced by a simple wooden structure serving as a platform.
For the past several years, we've been living in a gilded age of handbags.
Now and again a whimsically painted steeple breaks the horizon, its gilded cupola glittering in the bright spring sun.
The community was built more than a century ago, during the area's heyday as a gilded summer retreat.
Hand-gilded frames were often as ornate as paintings themselves, and that tradition is carried on with this antiqued wooden box.
We dream all night of those mountain-ridges in the horizon, though they may be of vapor only, which were last gilded by his rays.
While some of the mummies were wrapped only in plain linen, others were elaborately painted and gilded.
Then an odd and exotic new creature, a turtledove, is brought into the house and placed in a gilded cage.
But those abatements have allowed the kind of gilded lives not known for over a century.
At first, she did not stray far from the gilded ghetto.
She was gilded with the mysterious, mythic aura of royalty.
So, it's those little odd details that can really crack the gilded shell.
Pride sleeps in a gilded crown, contentment in a cotton nightcap.
Maidens sawed what-nots in two, and gilded the remains.
Then the little poor cottage shall be more commended than the gilded palace.
Directly outside the door stood a street lamp, whose gleam gilded the leaves of the tree that bent out over the fence behind him.
In the end, it may be that nothing can resist the gilded wrecking ball of the developers.
It was one of the ones she gilded a while ago, but for some reason, she couldn't sell it.

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