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  • n  one of a number of closely spaced supports for a railing

  • What is needed is "the remembrance of a living room filled with warmth and comfort, a bedroom that was enfolding and secure, the touch of a baluster, the morning light in the .
  • Rembrandt was mastering the play of light and shade, or chiaroscuro, as the baluster lathework of Louis XIII furniture tried to imitate.

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