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“Jim Petrie had suggested amber-colored mica sheets shaped into cones.”
“An amber-colored finishing oil that has this cook dreaming of ways to dress winter salads, finish pilafs and drizzle atop pizza.”
“Bible's amber-colored eyes rested on Tina and he said, "'For I know the plans that I have for you,' declares the LORD, 'plans for welfare and not for calamity to give you a future and a hope.”
“Frontenac gris, the white wine version of Frontenac, started as a single bud mutation yielding gray (thus named gris) fruit and amber-colored juice.”
“This isn't a Christmas story, but a market reality as the trees that produce the amber-colored resin are increasingly endangered, which could drive up prices for a product already in high demand.”
“The quartet thrashes and pivots madly, silhouetted by amber-colored sconces.”
“The stove caught his eye and he strode over to it, lifted a lid, and spat out a mouthful of amber-colored juice.”
“Nor does it offer any sort of illicit visuals possibly conjured by the title; “dirty pictures” is simply what Shulgin calls the charmingly classic and precise molecular compound illustrations he draws on his amber-colored drug bottles.”
“And despite its breakfast-y nature, this amber-colored goodness has been used to sweeten cocktails since the olden days.”
“The law will expand to include towing, repair and highway maintenance vehicles displaying amber-colored flashing lights.”
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