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  • Michal Czerwonka for The Wall Street Journal When wearing bright-hued jeans, she often pairs them with simple blocks of color, such as a solid blouse and white wedges.

    A Light Touch With Summer Denim

  • Wolfgang Koch was a sympathetic Dyer; Stephen Gould, a powerful heldentenor , was a bright-hued Emperor.

    Women on the Verge Of a Marital Breakdown

  • He glances at my ladies, who hover close together like so many bright-hued canaries suddenly sensing the presence of a cat.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer

  • The musical values were superb: Ms. Coote's flexible mezzo created a bumptious, preadolescent Hansel, while Ms. Schäfer's bright-hued soprano nicely suggested Gretel's desperation and resourcefulness when up against the Witch.

    Macabre Foodies Hijack Grimm

  • So there we were with my mom, and there were the bare butts and leather chaps and bandannas and bright-hued tank tops we bought pink and blue for my dad--what were we thinking?

    I Was There (For a Moment)

  • As the sun rose in a blaze of fresh gold, bright-hued birds lifted a swelling chorus from the trees on whose broad leaves beads of water sparkled like diamonds, quivering in the gentle morning breeze.

    The Conquering Sword of Conan

  • They were bright-hued, vibrant in a way that made the Han Chinese women seem wispy-thin and bland in comparison.

    Heaven Lake

  • It has been said that they have taken their black, brown, and olive and yellow skin tints from the satiny and bright-hued rinds of the fruit which surround them.

    The Confessions of a Beachcomber

  • Fuming and terrified, Kevin watched Bushy Beard shuffle the entire deck this time, Major and Minor Arcana together, and deal out the bright-hued cards.

    Castle Of Deception

  • Hop ignored this, and as the rainbow puff died in tiny motes of bright-hued splendor, the mountebank made several cryptic gestures in the air before Cord's nose.

    Night Arrant

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