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MAN ABOUT TOWN: Lye-Amone Cassac, Hayan, Rufus & Wilson by Rori Rodriguez

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Our Scandinavian Style Dreams Come True in This Brooklyn Town House

In undertaking a gut renovation of a town house in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood, husband and wife Jesper Meyer and Rimjhim Dey drew upon design elements from their respective roots in Denmark and India to create a home that’s wholly serene and accented with subtle pops of bright color. American white-oak planks, finished with lye and pigmented with whitening oil from Danish company Junckers, line the staircase and floors throughout; the dining area is furnished with Ant chairs by Arne…

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wedding guest-I love the length, neckline and pattern of this dress! It looks very soft and comfortable yet sexy

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Our Scandinavian Style Dreams Come True in This Brooklyn Town House

In undertaking a gut renovation of a town house in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood, husband and wife Jesper Meyer and Rimjhim Dey drew upon design elements from their respective roots in Denmark and India to create a home that’s wholly serene and accented with subtle pops of bright color. American white-oak planks, finished with lye and pigmented with whitening oil from Danish company Junckers, line the staircase and floors throughout; the dining area is furnished with Ant chairs by Arne…

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The year is 1974, the town is Hemlock-Under-Lye and when werewolf attacks…

The Ely Testament (Cathedral Mysteries) #PhillipGooden. "When Mr Lye, an elderly partner at Tom Ansell's law firm, drops dead at his desk, Tom is dispatched to Ely to search for Mr Lye's will at Phoenix House, the home of his brother, Ernest. At the same time, Tom's wife Helen has been commissioned by "New Moon "magazine to write a piece on a town with 'inner beauty' - and what better place than Ely? But shortly after they arrive at Phoenix House, their host is arrested for murder

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This baby girl was named Salida (sa-LYE-da) after the Colorado town where she was born in 1881, but she never received the free plot of town land she was promised...