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“He was hunkered down against the wall, tears streaming down his pale face, the wind tousling his ash-blond hair.”
“Exactly the same, with his wonderful beaky nose and his ash-blond hair pulled back in a casual ponytail and his keen gray eyes.”
“Emma, a skinny, waiflike girl, perhaps ten, with lank ash-blond hair and smudges like bruises under her pale blue eyes.”
““We have an appointment,” Ric told the ash-blond receptionist in rimless glasses.”
“A clip here, a cut there, and short ash-blond hair landed on a bed of faded purple flowers.”
“Alyssa had jumped up and down, her ash-blond ponytails bobbing.”
“His hair was ash-blond, streaked with red, like iodine, gelled and combed straight back so that his high forehead had a polished look resembling the prow of a ship.”
“So a dark, Arab-looking Sicilian is “white” but an ash-blond, blue-eyed Tunisian is “Arabic”?”
“Then I pressed Send just as Nicky reappeared, deep in conversation with an ash-blond woman with coltlike legs in gold sandals.”
“An ash-blond interrogator wearing a headset peeked out of a door.”
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