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“I stood at the massive, ivy-covered gate in my Catholic schoolgirl uniform: blue-and-gray plaid pleated skirt, crisp Peter Pan-collared shirt, kneesocks, and shiny black spit-polished shoes.”
“Mr. Collins sat in a small office he now shares, wearing one of the eight dark suits he owns, a white shirt with French cuffs, a blue-and-gray striped tie and a pair of expensive wingtips.”
“The company claims that its 500 million users spend more than 10 billion hours every month looking at that blue-and-gray Web site.”
“Congressional, with its landmark six-level, 110,000-square-foot blue-and-gray stone Mediterranean-styled clubhouse, is maybe a twenty-five-minute drive from the Capitol, depending on the vagaries of Washington traffic.”
“Inside, forensic examiners found the Big Bopper's well-preserved corpse, dressed in a black suit and a blue-and-gray striped tie.”
“Indeed, they try to be as visible as possible because "the best deterrent is a blue-and-gray [police car] in your rear-view mirror," she says.”
“We took the 280 to Cesar Chavez, and from there went to Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, where the crime lab was housed inside a blue-and-gray concrete building.”
“His pajamas, she noticed, were a dignified blue-and-gray stripe.”
“The victim was wearing a blue scarf-type blouse and a subtle blue-and-gray plaid tulip skirt.”
“He is wearing a little blue-and-gray crocheted yarmulke fastened to the back of his head with bobby pins, this because he is very proud of his Jewish heritage and will take the slightest opportunity to discuss the impending American holocaust if nothing is done to stop the tide of anti-Semitism in this nation.”
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