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  • ¬†Terrible arms with coppery-gold freckles and brass-colored hairs and white undersides of tubercular thin skin and bright blue veins.

    Diary of a Lost Girl

  • The shower curtain was brass-colored and drapes-thick, the walls and floor made of marble tile.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • It's an old artdeco-ish brass-colored metal desk lamp.

    The Old Drawing Table

  • A gas station and a few aluminum trailers huddle under a brass-colored sun.

    Memory Wall

  • Above the entrance to the foreign language building to my school, there is three Chinese characters, then under this name are a few brass-colored soaring birds that slowly transform into perfect hearts.

    Soaring birds that transform into hearts - So Cute!(?) and other thoughts...

  • Over at Steampunk Workshop, Jake von Slatt (n√© Sean Slattery) steampunk'd his Dell 1907FP flat-panel monitor with gaslamp arms, a brass-colored aluminum frame, and chime levers from a grandfather clock to create a machine that looks like something Jules Verne himself might have used to type out a masterpiece.

    Steampunking Technology

  • Blood was pooled in the low spots of the brass-colored oval, bringing the letters and the motorcycle into stark relief.

    The Blog of War

  • As he kept his eye on the white truck of his enemy, he reached into a pocket on the outside of his right leg and removed two brass-colored .308 hollow-point bullets.

    The Election

  • I think the Organic HTML representation of Jesus' General is perfect--the base looks like a centurion's helmet; banners fly triumphantly from the mighty central staff; and majestic brass-colored balls hang manfully from a stout blue stalk.

    Of mighty staffs and bitter poisons

  • Supporting the rifle against her knee to aid her weak left arm, she slipped the single brass-colored cartridge up into the breech, slid the bolt, ticked off the safety with the tip of her thumb and aimed over the rail.

    Hot Pursuit

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