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“Outside, the woods were thinning to wide blue fields, while overhead, the blue-pink sky was prettily decorated by birds.”
“I finally sat down yesterday night with my blue-pink band and started moving it to the new tablets and I'm already over the middle...”
“A little north of west rises profiled the great Shárr, no longer a ridge with a coping of four horns, but a tall and portly block, from whose summit spring heads and peaks of airy blue-pink.”
“It hovered in midair, its wings moving so rapidly they were no more than a blue-pink blur.”
“Under the heights of St. Cloud and Suresnes the reaches of the Seine trembled with the blue-pink lustre of an early Monet.”
“For the first time a tremor of doubt ran through her son; his mother's view of it grated on him like the sight of a blue-pink dress; it was too rosy.”
“Upon one occasion A. was disturbed in his endeavour to send a thought of the blue-pink connotation, by a feeling of anxiety that the nature of the pink element should not be misapprehended.”
“Twenty yards farther on the cab passed him, and he caught another glimpse of the two faces; one small and white, the other heavy in outline, and suspiciously blue-pink as to cheeks.”
“And, you know, pink always suits me, except when it's a blue-pink.”
“Sales of new lipsticks created by the singers for the makeup giant (light coral red from Lauper and light blue-pink from Gaga) benefit the fund, which has raised more than $150 million in the fight against HIV/AIDS since it was started in 1994.”
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