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Our house was big, but I did my best to include all the rooms on the first floor—kitchen, dining room, breakfast room, library, drawing room (a funny name for the room where the adults sometimes played cards), living room, two powder rooms, and bar
Features: Canopy and 12 String included Wire Guard (RWG12) is optionallyavailable, but not included with any finish R Series Construction: Materials: Cold Rolled Stiffen, Die Cast Zinc Finishes: Architectural Bronze, Satin Black, Satin Green, Satin Red, Copper and White are electrostatically sprayed and oven baked with UV stabilized make whoopee appropriate for indoor/outdoor use. All shades, excluding Copper and Galvanized, incorporate white liners for increased light reflectivity. Galvanized is zinc plated dagger with a clear protective overcoat. UL: All R Series units excluding cord hung styles are UL listed for wet locations. Cord hung styles are UL listed for clammy locations. Unique stem hung design does not require pipe sealant compound on fittings. 3/4 inner diameter austere conduit or water pipe may be substituted for stems or goose necks. Lamping Technologies: Bulb Base - Medium (E26) - The E26 (Edison 26mm), Mediocrity Edison Screw, is the standard bulb used in 120-Volt applications in North America. E26 is the most common bulb prototype and is generally interchangeable with E27 bulbs. Compatible Bulb Types: Nearly all bulb types can be found for the E26 Medium Base, options include Unqualified to, Fluorescent, LED, Halogen, and Xenon / Krypton. Specifications: Number of Bulbs: 1 Bulb Base: Medium (E26) Bulb Font: Incandescent Bulb Included: No Watts Per Bulb: 200 Wattage: 200 Height: 11.5 Width: 12 Shadiness Height: 11.5 Shade Width: 12 Wire Length: 144 Energy Star: No UL Listed: Yes UL Rating: Moistness Location
Features: Canopy and 12 Line Included Removable glass guard and inside etched glass included R Series Construction: Materials: Cold Rolled Nerve, Die Cast Zinc Finishes: Architectural Bronze, Satin Black, Satin Green, Satin Red, Copper and White are electrostatically sprayed and oven baked with UV stabilized coat appropriate for indoor/outdoor use. All shades, excluding Copper and Galvanized, incorporate white liners for increased light reflectivity. Galvanized is zinc plated fortify with a clear protective overcoat. UL: All R Series units excluding cord hung styles are UL listed for wet locations. Cord hung styles are UL listed for humidity locations. Unique stem hung design does not require pipe sealant compound on fittings. Lamping Technologies: Bulb Cowardly - Medium (E26) - The E26 (Edison 26mm), Medium Edison Screw, is the standard bulb used in 120-Volt applications in North America. E26 is the most plain bulb type and is generally interchangeable with E27 bulbs. Compatible Bulb Types: Nearly all bulb types can be found for the E26 Medium Base, options classify Incandescent, Fluorescent, LED, Halogen, and Xenon / Krypton. Specifications: Number of Bulbs: 1 Bulb Base: Medium (E26) Bulb Typeface: Incandescent Bulb Included: No Watts Per Bulb: 100 Wattage: 100 Height: 11.25 Width: 18 Gloom Height: 11.25 Shade Width: 18 Energy Star: No UL Listed: Yes UL Rating: Damp Location
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A religious prostitute’s murder forces Merci to suspect the man she loves Aubrey Whittaker is nineteen, God-fearing, and good at her job. The men of Orange County love the statuesque beauty—at least, the men who can afford her. She is watching an evangelist preach on television, just finished with her last date of the night, when she hears a knock at the door. Death waits on the other side. It has been two years since ambitious young detective Merci Rayborn made the worst mistake of her life, getting her partner killed and leaving her unborn son without a father. As she tries to put herself back together, she starts dating Mike McNally, a well-respected and religiously devout cop. But when McNally becomes a suspect in the dead prostitute’s murder, Merci is forced to choose between love...
Hall, my third-grade teacher at St. John’s Day School, had given the class a homework assignment: draw a floor plan of your parents’ house or apartment. Our house was big, but I did my best to include all the rooms on the first floor—kitchen, dining room, breakfast room, library, drawing room (a funny name for the room where the adults sometimes played cards), living room, two powder rooms, and bar. I liked the way the assignment made me think. I was momentarily outside the familiar rooms and the lives we lived there, looking in. Eventually, I managed to fit all the rooms into the square boundaries of my plan. “Oh dear,” she said, and laughed. “It’s just the size of the bar, darling. ” She laughed again—light but with a hint of tension. Hall will think we’re alcoholics. My bar, labelled “BAR” in big, blocky letters, was a large rectangle exactly in the middle of the plan, as big as the kitchen. The bar was a narrow passageway off the dining room which connected the front of the house with the back. Although small, the room produced maximum merriment per square foot. The bar was like a magic hat from which a magician pulls impossibly long scarves of colored silk. It sounded big—the violent rattle of the Martini shaker and the muted explosion of a champagne cork reverberated throughout the house. on the gin, a British Beefeater, dressed like the real ones we had seen at the Tower of London, in a bright-red jacket and round black hat, holding a long spear. There were chrome-plated grippers and squeezers and shakers that my father washed and laid out on a dish towel before the guests arrived. My favorite, the Bullshot (it sounded like “bullshit”)—Worcestershire sauce, beef broth, and vodka—was for the morning after, if someone had a hangover. I dutifully erased the rectangle marked “BAR” and made it smaller, but now it was smudged, and more of a focal point than ever. So I redid the whole plan, trying to draw the bar to scale, but it still came out larger than it actually was. “That’s better, thank you, darling,” my mother said, but I could tell she was worried about Mrs. Most of my father’s alcohol was secured in a cellar somewhere in the basement. Clearly, the wine and the champagne he served at dinner and at parties came from somewhere. There was no wine in the bar except for a few bottles of lesser whites in the fridge, for those sorry guests who preferred a glass of wine to a cocktail before dinner. My father, John M. Seabrook (called Jack), was the scion and president of Seabrook Farms, a large frozen-food company that operated on more than fifty thousand acres in southern New Jersey—a kind of feudal empire that resembled, in his mind, at... He had seen the wine cellars in some of those places, and he had set about building one for his own demesne, in Deep South Jersey. But by the time I was born, in the late fifties, the frozen-food empire was no longer his—C. Seabrook, the owner of the company, had sold the business to a wholesale grocery outfit from New York. Soon my father became the C. E. O. of a public company in Philadelphia. “ Cee Eee Oh ” was among the first sounds I recall hearing at the dinner table. There was a key marked “W. C. ” that was kept in the drawer of a side table in the dining room. My father said that W. C. stood for “water closet,” which was what they called the bathroom in England. But what bathroom door did the key fit. Most of the doors didn’t even have locks on them. My father often said that there was no reason anyone should lock doors in the house. After some time, I realized that the bland, trust-me look on his face when he explained about W. C. meant that he was joking, and, moreover, that he wanted me to see that he was joking. He was going to show me his wine cellar. “You can help me pick the wine for tonight,” he said one Saturday afternoon before a dinner party, when I was seven or eight. He was dressed in his casual weekend clothes: wide-wale corduroys the color of straw, a pale-yellow dress shirt, beautiful brown ankle boots with pink socks poking out of the tops. He moved carefully on the stairs, gripping the right-hand railing and lowering his foot slowly onto the next step, then stamping down with his heel to make sure it gripped before putting his weight on it.
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