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  • Parmigianino's deep-toned image, c. 1530, of an uneasy man, apparently interrupted while reading.

    See Their Worlds in Their Faces

  • "All I Do" opens the work, introducing the eight company dancers, simply dressed in an array of casual clothes in deep-toned hues as if gathered for a dance party.

    Earthly Figures in the Clouds

  • Billy challenged with deep-toned satisfaction, in the pause after his final cup of coffee, while he rolled a cigarette.

    CHAPTER II

  • Makeup artist Eve Pearl will show us how to apply foundation to deep-toned skin while remaining true to Shaina's rich, natural color.

    Eve Pearl: "How To" Beauty Tutorial: Applying Foundation on a Deep Skin Tone

  • But he had rather anticipated that a deep-toned bell would ring somewhere, surely, and that it would be answered.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • It was pleasingly deep-toned, with the British-tinged accent common to noble rage demons.

    Kiss of a Demon King

  • Clean lines perfectly meld with rich detail, as evidenced by the warm textures of exposed brick and striking tin ceilings that recall a vivid past, the deep-toned wide-plank solid-oak floors that are offset by bright white walls and recessed lighting and sleek, custom-designed kitchens that create a dynamic modern-day feel.

    Tribeca's 40 Walker Hits Market

  • Thereon did Cypris, fairest of the blessed gods, first catch up the crashing cymbals, native to that land, and the drum with tight-stretched skin, and then Demeter smiled, and in her hand. did take the deep-toned flute, well pleased with its loud note.

    Helen

  • A deep-toned floral print, able to be worn alone or with a cardigan into early October, and then right on through November with tights although I don't like the black tights they show with this; I'd want maroon or a deep rose, or maybe even camel, except that every time I wear camel-colored tights I think that someone, somewhere, is going to think I have a very, very odd tan.

    September 2008

  • It is there I made this sketch, while Miss Chesterforth was singing a deep-toned tragic ballad, and her mother scowling behind her.

    Our Street

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