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“Juliet was close to Bruce Campbell, who had corn-colored hair and clear, olive skin and was the image of a young Robert Redford.”
“He had the kind of corn-colored hair that would never show gray.”
“Jet Airways, which flies in dignified blue and corn-colored livery, has led the way--agreeing to buy rival carrier Air Sahara in a deal worth $500 million.”
“Not old, not young, corn-colored buzz cut, cheap blue wool suit, white broadcloth button-down shirt, striped tie, good shoes polished to a mirror shine.”
“Laodike was always festooned with gold, her wrists and throat sporting an assortment of bracelets, bangles, and necklets, her corn-colored hair intertwined with gold wire, her gowns weighed down with brooches.”
“He had an eye for the beauty of women in general, and particularly for plump, blonde women with corn-colored hair.”
“Miss Bea was a stalwart, corn-colored, laughing young woman, and she was bored by farm-work.”
“She approached a mirror, regarded her expression with a pleased and pleasant languor, dabbed two spots of rouge on her lips and a grain of powder on her nose, and covered her bobbed corn-colored hair with a rose-littered sunbonnet.”
“The door closed again and the watchers saw her corn-colored head bobbing along level with the base of the windows.”
“The man who introduced himself as the publisher here at Wadsworth and Dodds was wearing a brown suit, darker brown shoes, a corn-colored shirt, and a green bow tie sprinkled with gold polka dots.”
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