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  • Especially the big-boned, bronze-haired rapper Queen Latifah, whose size only adds to her magnetism.

    The Body Of The Beholder

  • It was hard to decide who was the most beautiful — maybe the perfect blond girl, or the bronze-haired boy.

    Twilight

  • Only now they were four; their beautiful, bronze-haired brother sat across from me, his golden eyes troubled.

    Twilight

  • Zorn was a bronze-haired giant in starch-creased whites and a crimson sash, his voice a raucous bark.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • The beam shone down into the dull eyes of a woman, beautiful, bronze-haired, dead.

    Bloodthirst

  • And with the words I came alive to the dark lake, and the leaky canoe I sat in, and the knowledge that all I had been thinking about a bronze-haired girl was just the cracked dream of a lonely man.

    The La Chance Mine Mystery

  • Both were tall, raw-boned, bronze-haired, with eyes crackling with sheer blueness: Danish sea captains, perhaps, had they not been wearing the fez.

    Black Lamb and Grey Falcon: Part IV

  • When the girl had produced a photograph of Mrs. Sullivan, and I had recognized the bronze-haired girl of the train, we were both well satisfied -- which goes to prove the ephemeral nature of most human contentments.

    The Man in Lower Ten

  • Across the coach Rutland, the right guard, a big bronze-haired chap of one hundred and ninety-six, was deep in a discussion with "Judge" Chase, right end, on an obscure point of ruling.

    The Half-Back

  • Ken came face to face with a tall, bronze-haired, freckle-faced sophomore, whom he had dodged more than once.

    The Young Pitcher

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