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“I was wearing blue-and-white running shoes and sweat socks.”
“My Christmas gift to myself is a blue-and-white capsule.”
“The Chinese looked like dolls in their heavily padded coats and straw sandals, only their bright red apple cheeks visible beneath snug caps bearing the blue-and-white Kuomintang star over the visor.”
“For the occasion, Keira donned a Rodarte dress, mixing a textured tan top with a printed blue-and-white skirt, paired with brown pumps and her new 'do.”
“At Bonhams, a delightful, blue-and-white, 16th-century jar decorated with boys at play is estimated at £300,000-£500,000.”
“At Christie's, a rare 18th-century, blue-and-white vase covered with large exotic blossoms is estimated at £500,000-£700,000.”
“Femi had stood aside and watched him pump up the burners before the canvas envelope filled and the blue-and-white drape lifted out of the grass, swollen with air.”
“For the Bleus d'Ailleurs collection of porcelain tableware for Hermès, the designers took their blue-and-white cues from Chinese Ming and Yuan porcelain along with Azulejo tiles from Spain.”
“The crowd, waving blue-and-white flags, sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” and then the Zionist anthem, “Hatikvah.””
“A video piece of handwashing by Bruce Naumann sits comfortably with a splendid display of Delft tiles; and a blue-and-white chamber pot and several life-size sofa-type objects with their "backs" made from tons of processed human feces somehow go nicely with the 1661 English delftware plate deflatingly inscribed "You and I are Earth.”
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