“But this one was not the British sub-species, Sciurus vulgaris leucourus, distinguished by its pale-coloured tail; it was its duskier but otherwise identical Pyrenean cousin.”
“He's absolutely right, of course: being cautious is very sound advice, particularly for our duskier citizens.”
“Courts, the media and the public have managed so far to turn back some of the zealous excesses of this government to persecute, harass and maroon our duskier citizens.”
“To the surprise of the Alabamians, the men of the 69th, although Irish and reputedly anti-black, often stood up for their duskier comrades, jumping in to help in free-for-alls, or where a group of Southern “gentlemen” were harassing a lone black soldier.”
“His horns had straightened and grown duskier as they flared back from his head.”
“Wren, the daughter of a southern chieftain slain in battle by Alobar's predecessor, was even duskier.”
“His had straightened and become duskier with his arousal, so she raised her hands and wrapped her fingers around them.”
“The fall blooming crocus add delightful lavender color to the duskier colors of turning fall foliage.”
“The duskier our exterior, the better our defense against the sun's punishment.”
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