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“In the past they weren't getting the proper help to improve," Iovine said of the show, while drumming his fingers nervously on the arms of his chair and gazing around impatiently through blue-tinted glasses.”
“But in this case, the glass tower, whose serrated edge of angular, blue-tinted balconies tears diagonally across its eastern facade, serves not to complement its neighbors so much as to underscore their shoddiness.”
“To the right of the blue-tinted staircase is a sleek bar area complete with more flat screens per square foot than any sports bar in the city.”
“For example, he found bottles of a blue-tinted champagne that came in a blue bottle.”
“He stood halfway between us and the main donjon, wearing orange sweatpants, a matching hoodie, blue-tinted sunglasses, and those same Onmyodo shoes.”
“A romantic, blue-tinted glass, eight-light chandelier reminiscent of frozen rain drops, from the late 18th-early 19th century, is valued at €20,000-€30,000.”
“From my view in the second row, Streep seemed to be tearing up from behind the blue-tinted sunglasses that never left her eyes.”
“TEL AVIV, Israel — Pounding his piano in blue-tinted sunglasses before nearly 50,000 screaming fans, Elton John took center stage in a battle over Israel's image.”
“With the beginning of the ever-optimistic spring season, the television has delivered yet another thrilling college hoops clinic, meaning it's time for us to gulp down our annual swig of Haterade -- specifically, the blue-tinted kind.”
“In the hallway, a blinding white light flickered in short bursts, like flashes of lightning, interspersed with moments of blue-tinted darkness.”
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