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“For this, he chooses 13-watt amber-hued compact fluorescent light bulbs, or CFLs, noting that colored CFLs produce a more saturated color than incandescent bulbs.”
“New print and television ads show its amber-hued Yuengling Light Lager — darker than the major light beers — alongside its foes and says "other lights pale in comparison.”
“We have Americana shots of 1950s pink Cadillacs on downtown Main Street, shimmering under a wide blue sky, the beauty of the Arizona desert stretching into the horizon, and more than a few kitsch shots of amber-hued hotel rooms with floral print curtains.”
“On a drive through the Midwest I was startled by miles and miles of tall amber-hued stalks of wheat bowed over with grain that seemed ripe and ready for harvest.”
“In turn, Americans tend to think of Oktoberfest as a rich, malty, amber-hued beverage and thus, we come to expect it.”
“I, on the other hand, had no such amnesia and savour Frances savouring her perfectly prepared ranchero omelet, washed down with a cool, dark amber-hued Negra Modela beer.”
“The pale amber-hued paneling adds a nice contrast to the dark-stained wood floors.”
“Before this mission, Xiong had seen Tholian bodies autopsied, he had studied several theories about their social structure and technology, and he had on a few occasions interacted with live Tholians who were garbed in amber-hued silk envirosuits.”
“Once inside the perfumery, she led me to a slender bottle with an amber-hued liquid inside.”
“I kiss my mother on the lips," said the amber-hued Ms. Fawcett.”
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