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- Now it is dark; the lights are lit all over the ship; the floor of heaven is thick inlaid with patines of bright gold... - "Olivia in India", O. Douglas.
- And Miss Cunningham took up a richly- inlaid instrument, with a long blue ribbon attached to it, and began striking some false notes which she called chords. - "Amy Herbert", Elizabeth Sewell.
- In its centre is a highly ornamental niche, in which on a platform of marble richly inlaid with previous stones, and directly facing the entrance, once stood the celebrated peacock throne, the most gorgeous example of its class that perhaps even the East could ever boast of. - "Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official", William Sleeman.