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“Wakefield was wearing sun-bleached cowboy boots and weathered jeans, and his blue-and-white-striped Oxford shirt was unbuttoned far enough to show off his deeply tanned chest.”
“I then made a pair of matching bloomers out of the same material and wore them over Capezio tights with cowboy boots and a massive green tulle skirt with ribbons.”
“The boy sauntered toward an empty seat where Jude Maldonado—a ratty guy who came to school mostly to make life hell for everybody—had his dirt-smeared cowboy boots kicked up.”
“A pair of tortoise-shell bar-rettes pinned the sides of her toffee-brown hair away from her face, and a pair of dun-colored cowboy boots with run-down heels clad her feet.”
“I have always loved vintage shops and flea markets, where you can find great stuffI found my favorite pair of cowboy boots at the Rose Bowl flea market!”
“But Marvin pulled his suitcase down the street between the rows of dilapidated cottages toward Basin, his rumpled pale blue sports coat and coned straw hat and cowboy boots almost lost in the mauve-colored thickness of the evening.”
“It had a big, ten-gallon hat, chaps, a leather vest, a badge, a pair of cowboy boots and a two-pistol holster.”
“He and Chago, cramped together under the bed, afraid to come out, afraid the dusty cowboy boots might come and find them.”
“One of the current players, a tall, dark-haired guy in a gray Molson T-shirt, jeans, and a worn-in pair of cowboy boots looked up from the pool table and smiled at her.”
“He liked making decisions within small groups and in informal settings, where everyone could relax, let their hair down a bit, put their cowboy boots on the table, crack naughty jokes, banter about the issues of the dayand where he could be sure that what transpired there wouldnt end up on the front page of the next days Washington Post.”
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