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When they parted company his former employer, who was also his landlord, agreed that he could leave a few things in the flat, including a three-piece suite, a television and a small safe containing his passport and other documents.
It is ideal for a young family, the kitchen is fitted with modern beech effect units and the bathroom has a modern white three-piece suite.
The bathroom has a matching modern three-piece suite of panelled bath, low level WC and wash basin, with mounted vanity cupboard and tiled floor.
Sheridan claimed the children had misheard his strong Irish accent and insisted he was trying to sell them a three-piece suite.
I was getting rid of my three-piece suite and a wardrobe and tried the Salvation Army and other charities.
There are three further bedrooms and a bathroom with a three-piece suite and separate shower cubicle.
I bought a three-piece suite in a sale and paid extra for delivery but the men couldn't get it through my door.
Up on to the first floor there are four bedrooms; a shower room and a family bathroom with a white three-piece suite.
There are another two large double bedrooms and an additional single bedroom plus a family bathroom with modern three-piece suite.
His three-piece suite, fridge-freezer and microwave were among the items taken while he was away at Christmas.
Ged Gardener averted disaster at flats on Stockton's Kelloe Close when arsonists torched a three-piece suite left outside the entrance.
Workers arrive, with gear and materials galore, Banging, drilling, each day the skip full once more, Weekend comes round, the skip is replaced, Occupants gone until Monday, so there''s no time To waste, While they are away, we can make hay, before Monday when work is to resume, Workers and occupants come back, to a once empty Skip - now with no room, It''s full to the brim with garden rubbish, doors, a bath, Pushchair and the like, And on top a three-piece suite and their own recently Nicked pushbike GEORGE CARRICK, Cramlington