The conference hall ruffled pleasantly with the soft-footed doings-and-goings of a dozen middle-aged and elderly White women, casually clad in elegant sweater suits and mushroom shoes, tending the buffet and mindful of any noise above a chuckle. At a far table, sienna-toned Peggy, in burgundy suede boots, uncrossed then re-crossed her long, stork-like legs immodestly displayed by the double slits in her black calf-length midi skirt. Under a dapper dark blue fedora and sassy full-length blue fox coat, stood a rakish man well over sixty, a trim, substantial six-footer, heavy-tan complexion darkened in the shadows.
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