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“The first tourists found the neighborhood people surprisingly attractive—tall and copper-skinned with shining black hair, but excitable and "stupid as garden poles.”
“On the cover, a well-built man, dressed only in a scabbard, defended a statuesque, copper-skinned woman against a great white ape with two sets of arms.”
“Where would he be now, the poor copper-skinned invader, in what hut or trailer did he lodge, with his plastic beaker of pot noodles and his foreign beer?”
“Being a sinewy, six-foot, 140-pound, copper-skinned beauty, she was used to strangers trying to get her number.”
“I picked up a magazine, opened a dog-eared page, and saw a fashion spread of gorgeous, copper-skinned Thomas Cook in designer clothes.”
“Yet how could the copper-skinned Meso-Americans possibly believe that these hairy, white-skinned invaders were in any way connected with them either on the human or divine level?”
“He walked to the group of goths standing in front of the window by the radiator and, lifting a hand, touched the shoulder of a dark-haired, copper-skinned girl.”
“Timmy rugged copper-skinned hunter elf blackwing sends this message to the staff, from room #21776 At the Bottom of a Dark Shaft”
“Durham vividly captures the frenzy of ancient warfare -- battle-maddened pachyderms, hails of javelins and arrows, ordered ranks of Roman light infantry crumbling before Hannibal's mercenary army of 'copper-skinned' Libyans, tattooed and dreadlocked Numidians and blond, blood-drinking Gauls.”
“A little copper-skinned boy, maybe four or five years old, wearing only a pair of denim shorts, darted across the road as if he were playing chicken with Sean.”
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