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  • The result included lacy white curtains, a small wooden desk for drawing, and a bright apple-red carpet my mother, a huge fan of red who even chose it as the color of our kitchen sink, was my inspiration.

    Welcome to My World

  • The designer favors bold color options such as espresso brown and candy apple-red.

    Thinking Outside the Icebox

  • Personally, if I was shopping a sedan, I would fancy an apple-red LaCrosse or Regal with eAssist, or maybe the Regal GS with that manual shifter.

    David Kiley: It's Time To Wake Up Buick

  • Charlotte has twin braids hanging down her back and apple-red cheeks.

    Late, Late at Night

  • Working from fabric swatches that Mr. Gurung provided, the company last month created a shimmery nude tone called "Without a Stitch," an apple-red hue named "Runway Red-y" and a metallic-silver color called "Paparazzi."

    How the Runway Influences Your Manicure, Too

  • The mannequin was on a pedestal by the door, two feet taller than Meera, a pasty white with apple-red lips.

    An Atlas of Impossible Longing

  • The camera zoomed in on the first volunteer, a heavyset woman with apple-red cheeks.

    One-ClickBuy:SeptemberHarlequinBlaze

  • Ed contemplates this question as Parva Wilson pulls at a chain around her neck and retrieves a pair of apple-red reading glasses she had slung around to her back before going after the register tape.

    Sufficient Grace

  • She had bright black eyes and round, apple-red cheeks.

    That’s Amore

  • It was just as Grandmother Beverly had described: Mommy was naked, the imaginary baby crudely drawn over her stomach in her apple-red lipstick.

    Music in The Night

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