black-and-orange love

black-and-orange

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  • -- If your dog or cat does don a costume, make sure that it fits well, or dress it in a black-and-orange bandana or bow.

    Hints From Heloise: Halloween and pets

  • From the Early Classic period, 250-550 A.D., come a sophisticated urn, a seated figure forming a circle with his fingers, in black ceramic with white incisions; and a large black-and-orange bowl whose cover knob is a spotted jaguar head with fanged jaws wide open and long red tongue protruding, either in attack mode or giving a very impressive yawn.

    A Fragile Show of Mayan Art

  • Dressed in black-and-orange, the Giants were spooky good in taking a 3-1 edge.

    World Series Game 4: Giants Top Ranger, 4-0

  • I didn't care ifÂtheir sharp shot feet scarred the black-and-orange 1970's linoleum--it was so unattractive.

    Wendy Diamond: Esteemed Poet Jana Harris Showcases Equine Empathy Through Heartwarming Horse Tale

  • I didn't care iftheir sharp shot feet scarred the black-and-orange 1970's linoleum--it was so unattractive.

    Wendy Diamond: Esteemed Poet Jana Harris Showcases Equine Empathy Through Heartwarming Horse Tale

  • And Roxanne Gaudiel, the only woman in the league, stands in net lugging black-and-orange pads, just as she did for Princeton.

    Hockey in Manhattan, No Ice Needed

  • As gaps in the clouds pass over, there are plenty of butterflies on the wing: brown ringlets and gatekeepers abound around the grasses and brambles in the woodland rides; pretty black-and-orange commas and plain whites haunt the sunlit bushes; red admirals swoop from the soil to canopy.

    Country diary: Fermyn Wood, Northamptonshire

  • And the muffin shops would only be a diversion for a few years, something to do while raising their kids, who would invariably appear in the alumni magazine clad in eensy-beansy black-and-orange outfits with “Class of 2012!” written on their precocious little chests.

    The Half Life

  • A pack of teenagers in matching black-and-orange uniforms that said Leo Catholic High School held up traffic by running through the crosswalk as the lights changed, bubbling with laughter and shrieking with delight at their danger.

    Vicious Grace

  • Southwest Minnesota State University complained one day of having nothing to write about, he pointed to one of the ubiquitous black-and-orange insects.

    Archive 2009-03-01

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