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  • In very cold weather a small brazier of charcoal was also introduced. Cited from Arts and Crafts in the Middle Ages, by Julia De Wolf Addison
  • Shortly after this he was seated by his father's side looking into a brazier of coals. Cited from Little Journeys. . .Eminent Artists, by Hubbard
  • A little soldier sat on guard by a brazier of glowing charcoal near the door. Cited from The Happy Foreigner, by Enid Bagnold
  • It was dark, save for the light of a brazier of coals. Cited from The PG Works Of Gilbert Parker, Complete
  • As she was almost never alone, she could not think of the brazier of charcoal, to be lighted after closing the doors and windows. Cited from Fromont and Risler by Alphonse Daudet, v3
  • They have never glowed with the supreme desire, the divine desire which is the world's very soul, the brazier of eternal life. Cited from Fruitfulness, by Emile Zola
  • There was no fireplace, and the windows would not open; so a brazier of charcoal would have been useless. Cited from Indian Tales, by Rudyard Kipling
  • The bright light which came from a lamp and also from a brazier of charcoal in the forge added to her trouble. Cited from L'Assommoir, by Emile Zola
  • He was also signaling to him an underpriest who carried a brazier of charcoal complete with red-hot irons. Cited from The Repairman, by Harry Harrison
  • Velvet mats were carried into the room by a servant and placed around a brazier of charcoal. Cited from Round the World, by Andrew Carnegie
  • In each corner of the four-square cave there was a brazier of bronze, and from each rose incense smoke, straight upward. Cited from King--of the Khyber Rifles, Talbot Mundy
  • There was a large hibachi -- a brazier of glowing charcoal -- in the room where she found herself alone. Cited from Kokoro, by Lafcadio Hearn
  • The sun was setting in a cloudless brazier of red light; a golden dust pervaded all the landscape. Cited from The Octopus, by Frank Norris [A California Story]2
  • In a few minutes she would be beyond the circle of light thrown by the flagship's brazier of fire, and would be in safety; but she was not to escape so easily. Cited from Under the Chilian Flag, by Harry Collingwood
  • The girl sat by a brazier of charcoal, with the scarlet-coated negro at hand doing her commands. Cited from Salute to Adventurers, by John Buchan
  • A class of girls are kneeling in a row, confronting a very neat-looking old lady who sits beside a small brazier of coals. Cited from Around the World on a Bicycle Volume II., by Thomas Stevens
  • After supper one is supplied with a teapot of tea and a brazier of coals. Cited from Around the World on a Bicycle Volume II., by Thomas Stevens
  • An opening in the floor accommodates a brazier of coals; over this stands an open wood-work frame; quilts covered over the frame retain the heat. Cited from Around the World on a Bicycle Volume II., by Thomas Stevens
  • Cyril saw at once that a brazier of charcoal was lighted and carried upstairs, and he called to the girl to come out and fetch it in. Cited from When London Burned, by G. A. Henty
  • "You are to have a brazier of charcoal ready." Cited from Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo
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