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  • Above the calm and gold-green moon, beneath the wind-wet earth; and here, alone, my soul enchained, enchanted!


  • I watched in a few minutes the scene before me, as these sphere creatures had watched it over a period of years; saw myself grow smaller, gradually approach the system of the four suns and finally the gold-green plane itself.

    "He Who Shrank" by Henry Hasse, part 5

  • It was situated where the walls of the fort curved sharply inward, and here the Shah Burj stood, an octagonal tower topped with a beaten copper dome that had already taken on a gold-green sheen.

    Shadow Princess

  • But, of course, it wouldn't be nearly as tantalizing as the flashes of pale skin and bright gold-green eyes glimpsed among the veils and her long, butter yellow hair.


  • He was tall, with maple-syrup-colored skin, gold-green eyes like a cats, and tangled black hair.

    Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series

  • The walleye flashes its signature gold-green flanks.


  • Though A. flavipunctatus is commonly known as the black salamander, there are several color morphs, including a speckly gold-green and a black with white spots.

    Mendocino County Herptastica

  • Tracey was flirtatiously admiring of the crew-cutted, professorial Schulz, and Schulz was very taken with her gold-green eyes and her perfect little nose.

    Sparky in the Dark: It���s Schulz���s Life, Charlie Brown

  • I awoke as per usual, to the gleaming, gold-green eye of a lingering nightmare -- but this apparition fled to avoid my flailing hand when I rose to slap the alarm clock.

    March 15th, 2005

  • It wasn't until midafternoon that a big piece of shell finally fell away and the gold-green bundle of wet skin tumbled out of the larger half of the egg to land at her feet.


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