black-and-gray love

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  • Moisture filled her cloudy brown eyes and she blinked it back behind her gold-rimmed glasses, then tugged at the edges of her short-styled, black-and-gray wig to straighten it.

    Surrender the Dark

  • Close my eyes and paint a black-and-gray picture of my life behind bars.

    Soul Trapper

  • He prepped for it like a court appearance, saving up for a black button-down shirt and for a salon treatment to tame his spiky locks and paint his nails with intricate black-and-gray swirls.

    Gay Teens Face Discrimination In The Foster Care System

  • Before we left Beirut, Umm Hassane had given me a black-and-gray polyester hijab for the car ride through Anbar and other situations where I would need to look Iraqi.

    Day of Honey

  • Bettina looked chic as usual in a black-and-gray, fur-trimmed frock and Linus sported a blue button-down and jeans.

    PHOTOS: Bettina, Little Linus & Stuffed Animal Step Out

  • The gray-haired Mr. Sugimoto—famed for his photographic seascapes, movie theaters and portraits of Madame Tussaud wax figures—was also wearing a kimono, an elegant black-and-gray pleated number that he said his father donned for special occasions.

    Artist Curates Tea for a Few

  • The vehicle will feature a slightly sportier look on the outside, possibly finished off with a black-and-gray interior trimmed with hot-colored stitching on the seats and steering wheel.

    Chrysler Readies a Manly Minivan

  • This dress was my favorite—silk black-and-gray large floral print, low, square-cut neckline, beaded shoulder straps, and a deeply pleated skirt that swirled gracefully when I moved.

    The Viognier Vendetta

  • David watched as the screen went from black to black-and-gray and then finally a shot of people running down a sidewalk.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • Gaiman, who is forty-nine and English, with a pale face and a wild, corkscrewed mop of black-and-gray hair, is unusually prolific.

    Kid Goth: Neil Gaiman's Fantasies

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