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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.

    Rainbow’s End

  • He had the kind of corn-colored hair that would never show gray.

    Bad Luck and Trouble

  • 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.

    Goyal's Jet Airways Buys Air Sahara

  • 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.

    The Hard Way

  • 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.

    Lord of the Silver Bow

  • He had an eye for the beauty of women in general, and particularly for plump, blonde women with corn-colored hair.

    The Titan

  • Miss Bea was a stalwart, corn-colored, laughing young woman, and she was bored by farm-work.

    Main Street

  • 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.

    Flappers and Philosophers

  • The door closed again and the watchers saw her corn-colored head bobbing along level with the base of the windows.

    Echo Burning

  • 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.

    Money, Money, Money

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