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(1) Hidden dangers lurk in every family saloon car.
(2) A man came to lay the saloon carpet.
(3) The company is introducing a new family saloon this year.
(4) The police are looking for a large black saloon with German registration plates.
(5) A sleek executive saloon that's built to last.
(6) Miguelito sat at the saloon table.
(7) Wexford went into the saloon bar.
(8) He tumbled back into the saloon.
(9) The marble chimney piece of the saloon.
(10) One extremity of the saloon is occupied by an ottoman, finished in satin, ensuite with the curtains.
(11) What the saloon bar lacked in creature comforts it made up for by the complete absence of journos.
(12) Skoda will pull the wraps off their Fabia saloon, the Octavia 4X4 hatchback and a mystery concept car.
(13) He got a job sweeping out a saloon and was allowed to sleep in the carriage house behind it.
(14) And through the archway that opened into the saloon, he saw a flicker of light.
(15) In the saloon, there is live country music on weekends.
(16) Available as both saloon and fastback, the Rover 820 Si 16v is designed to beat the system on two counts.
(17) You guys could go to the Sirloin Saloon for a nice big steak.
(18) By the time she reached the bottom he had the saloon deck hatch open and was sitting at the table.
(19) Waves crashed over their heads and burst through the open saloon door.
(20) You may know it as an eccentric home to raw-boned miners, bumbling Biospherians and one fine little hilltop saloon. Sentencedict.com
(21) The solution was simple, of course: produce a new family saloon.
(22) The inlaid marble top of the gilt table in the centre of the saloon.
(23) Meryl didn't want to come - and played darts in the saloon bar.
(24) But the Telegraph was not taking its line from saloon bar advisers.
(25) There used to be some pretty raunchy characters come in this saloon.
(26) Another crew of longshoremen made a loud arrival in the saloon.
(27) The lynch mob is gathering outside the Last Chance Saloon.
(28) It comes hot on the heels of the C5 saloon we showed you last week.
(29) But you expect that sort of thing in a literary saloon.
(30) As a youngster, he sings for pennies in his parents' saloon.