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“The Jets' dream season, some five months in the making, came to abrupt end as the Steelers secured the AFC title with a 24-19 victory before an announced crowd of 66,662 black-and-gold, towel-waving fanatics.”
“He ran his eye proudly over them, took a last fond glance at the black-and-gold letters, and signalled the electric car at the corner.”
“If I were supporting a team, I'd go with the Saints because my HS and college colors were black-and-gold ... and so is my SCA device (sable, a narwhal naiant contourny).”
“With 6: 48 remaining in the second quarter, the super-charged Superdome crowd of 70,149 filled with black-and-gold clad Saints fans roared its high-decibel approval of this still-recovering city's civic symbol of resilience when Brees hit Devery Henderson for a 44-yard touchdown and a 28-14 lead off a successful flea flicker.”
“A 22-year-old day-care worker by day, he dons a black-and-gold costume by night to harass drug dealers and break up street fights.”
“Since the black-and-gold tablecloth was missing I had to use a crisp white one to drape over the buffet table.”
“I'd found listings for black-and-gold enclaves in Al Hillah, Iraq and Whangarei, New Zealand – but to that point, nothing for Beijing.”
“Chris Friend, a 55-year-old attorney from Covington, La., who attended in Saints' black-and-gold attire with his 18-year-old son, said he was pelted with rude language from the moment he arrived in the parking lot.”
“Even the obligatory picture of President Teodoro Obiang has been given a black-and-gold makeover, giving him the look of JFK.”
“Boutlier creates cohesion by pairing a black-and-gold Baker chest, another inheritance from his French grandmother, with a set of Baker chairs topped with black-and-white gingham cushions.”
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