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“Negroamaro is also a dark, deep-colored grape producing hearty, earthy wines and grows primarily in Puglia, the "heel" of Italy's boot, where it is also hot and dry, especially in summer.”
“A deep-colored rich and delicious porter brewed with Canadian hemp seed and a bit of barley malt that has been smoked over a fire of peat moss.”
“When made into preserves, the numerous caneberry seeds several thousand per quarter pound/100 gm can sometimes absorb syrup, become translucent, and give the normally deep-colored jam a milky dullness.”
“A deep-colored, fine-grained wood, like walnut or cherry — maybe even rosewood — shone with the patina of age.”
“A figure in a deep-colored cloak glided fleetingly across the deck.”
“Terangi Maclaren stood shadow I ike in the dim light, save for his own deep-colored radiation.”
“Leaves narrow, rounded at the ends, -- the upper and under surface green; the flowers are comparatively large, and deep-colored.”
“The "Port" is a rich, deep-colored, high-flavored wine, not unlike the Burgundies of France, yet not so dry.”
“_Tinto_ means deep-colored, like wine; and as this river flows through the richest copper region in the whole world, it is not surprising that its waters are reddish, nor that the copper trade enriched the neighboring towns.”
“For this she must be pardoned, for every square inch of the dark, deep-colored room had been taken bodily from”
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