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“Understanding dawned in those china-blue eyes, and damn it, they misted over.”
“In the living room of his London home, film-maker Jamie Thraves is attempting to return to its cage a china-blue budgerigar named Sparky, which has taken up residence on the frame of a mirror.”
“He was attractive, with an iron-grey crew cut and bright china-blue eyes.”
“Pink cheeks; china-blue eyes; and hair the colour of old Madame”
“Princess Rowena (as she chose to style herself at home) looked so hard at him out of her china-blue eyes, that Sir Wilfrid felt as if she was reading his thoughts, and was fain to drop his own eyes into his flagon.”
“Hayley glared disdainfully at Nora with hard china-blue eyes, showing no hint of apology or discomfort.”
Mistress for a Weekend
“She was slim, and pale, and very English, with fair hair swept back in a tight knot and china-blue eyes.”
“Her china-blue eyes met his and she gave him a playful smile, tossing her head so that her glossy brown hair bounced on her shoulders.”
The Sheikh's Innocent Bride
“His china-blue eyes under white eyebrows that jutted out in little horns, never stirred; the long upper lip of his wide mouth, between the fine white whiskers, twitched once or twice; it was easy to see from that anxious rapt expression, whence Soames derived the handicapped look which sometimes came upon his face.”
“He peered at those dear gray-blue eyes of hers, but he could not calm himself enough to tell whether they were china-blue or basalt-black.”
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