crimson-trimmed love

crimson-trimmed

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Examples

  • Now the BBC has been accused of seeking to turn its ubiquitous, crimson-trimmed website into a "digital empire" that would compete with commercial rivals.

    Murdoch's Unit Attacks BBC "Digital Empire"

  • The BBC has been accused of seeking to turn its crimson-trimmed Web site into a "digital empire" that would compete with commercial rivals.

    U.K. Faces Of The Week: April 23-28, 2006

  • Now the BBC has been accused of seeking to turn its ubiquitous, crimson-trimmed Web site into a "digital empire" that would compete with commercial rivals.

    Faces Of The Week: Apr. 24-28, 2006

  • Alseryl's study was also paneled in golden oak, with crimson-trimmed deep blue hangings framing the single window, except the window was on the left.

    Soarer's Choice

  • The last man in the front compartment, to Lorn's left, also sleeping, wears the crimson-trimmed brown of a regional guard, but the silver stars in his collar signify that he is a district commander.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • His crimson-trimmed brown uniform is immaculate, and the silver stars on his collar shimmer brightly.

    Scion of Cyador

  • He shook his head and donned a clean white shirt, then a crimson-trimmed sleeveless white tunic and the red patroller's belt.

    Colors of Chaos

  • The High Wizard remained wearing a crimson-trimmed white wool cloak.

    Colors of Chaos

  • Behind them rode the mounted Iron Guard, their crimson-trimmed banners fluttering in the light wind.

    The Order War

  • But the Iron Guard closed ranks, and the crimson-trimmed gray banners continued uphill.

    The Order War

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