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  • Neon beer signs were tacked up for “atmosphere” and burnt-orange Naugahyde bar stools were tucked around the shellacked bar.

    Mercy Kill

  • And for hiking the Arabian desert, she endorses tea-length burnt-orange silk plissé ($895).

    ‘Sex and the City’ and Halston

  • IMG/Getty Images He opened his show with a burnt-orange alpaca coat that had a fox-fur border.

    Glamour Amid the Gloom

  • My sister Vickie sat on the burnt-orange couch in the living room, talking into the phone, as Dr. Doom's faceless, pink-and-gunmetal-gray doombots closed in on the house.

    The Impossible Division by Zero

  • " I wanted to go a little crazy and do something a little off the wall, " said Ms. Monaco of the bathroom with burnt-orange grass cloth wallpaper and orange travertine marble floors.

    Making an Armonk Estate

  • Cheap wood paneling and a dingy, burnt-orange carpet: this was not his hotel room and, by simple deduction, this could not be his bed.

    Bodily Harm

  • He was still handsome in a taupe-colored suit with a burnt-orange dress shirt and designer tie.

    Déjà Vu

  • Those on the profane side of the wall get Gothic-to-modern architecture—barrel-vaulted halls, stone stalactites, a courtyard glassed over as a restaurant—and 101 funkily plush bedrooms burnt-orange and lime-green fabrics, Bang & Olufsen technology, marble bathrooms, heated floors.

    Monasteries: The Latest Boutique Hotels | Impact Lab

  • The Longhorns were heavy favorites in front of an Alamo Bowl record crowd of 65,875 that was mostly a sea of burnt-orange.

    USATODAY.com

  • I'd write more but I'm off to find something in burnt-orange velvet -- it might be my color/fabric combo this year.

    Talking Blues

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