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  • n  a rug spread out in front of a fireplace

  • Preaching every Sunday, either from a pulpit or, if none offers, then from his own hearthrug, has always been a minor passion with Wilhelm II of Germany.
  • As tutor and pupil entered, they were faced by Detective Sergeant Willis of the Cambridge Police, standing with his large feet well spaced on the hearthrug, as in all proper .

  • Anthony Burgess in Sydney Morning Herald
    We have seen everything now,author Anthony Burgess wrote in England of the emerging medium, television. "That impartial eye has looked on murder; from now on there will always be the stain of a corpse on the living room hearthrug."

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