9.03.2006

It's not every day you see a run-on sentence in a big newspaper, but then we all know that the "Hot Properties" copy is filed directly by realtors who

are known for many things, but not, generally, for their sentence structure, although there could be exceptions, of course. Anyway, here
it is:

"She [Priscilla Presley] sold the estate because she hardly used it during her 12 years of ownership, despite putting much of her creative self into redesigning the interiors so that it became what she calls 'a country-English farmhouse on a grand scale.'"
Also (and wonderfully), that's a country-English farmhouse, not the kind you see in, like, Manchester.

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