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“Half a dozen gray-and-white Bolivian squirrel monkeys scamper from branch to branch in a strangler fig, then leap to a nearby bromeliad.”
“She doesn't hide her bitterness that the man trying to help her - a colleague, really - still has his charming gray-and-white colonial in Fairfax Station, while she lost it all.”
“She doesn't hide her bitterness that the man trying to help her - a colleague, really - still has his charming gray-and-white Colonial in Fairfax Station, while she lost it all.”
“Bigham, warning sandbaggers wading into the inundation to watch out for "big-time" snakes, said the gray-and-white brick home needed to be saved, given that her late father helped build it.”
“A few years ago, after visiting the island's pioneering design hotel, Fabriken Furillen, which transformed a limestone quarry into a gray-and-white, post-industrial showpiece, Ms. Arph, now 28, asked the hotel's owner, Johan Hellström, if she could buy some nearby land.”
“Run by the same group as the Ni Box, this 17-room boutique hotel has a flashy, psychedelic bar and sleek gray-and-white rooms.”
“In the living room there are faux gray-and-white zebra-print chairs, an orange Afghan rug, a machine-gun lamppost and gold Moroccan cube tables.”
“In this image, the tangle of branches gives way, in its very middle, to the corner of a building, which also reads as a tiny gray-and-white abstraction: Nature, construction and art, in one package.”
“The lobby's original wavy gray-and-white terrazzo floor pattern was modeled after the sidewalk design along Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro which makes sense, since the building is on Avenue of the Americas.”
“She put her pointer finger on my shoulder, touching my bare skin where gray-and-white striped material should have been: a quarter-size, strategically located hole, offering everybody a peek at my black bra strap.”
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