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  • She was a gray-eyed, strong-featured, middle-aged woman, large - boned and fairly stout.

    Chapter 13

  • In some ways, my boyhood vision of Hank was that of most little brothers: he was a robust and handsome presence, big and blond and athletic and gray-eyed.

    What Is The Ha-Ha? by Dave King

  • As for me, I looked about at the four of us -- blue-eyed, gray-eyed, all fair-skinned and royal blond -- and somehow it seemed that I had long since lived this, and that with me and in me were all my ancestors, and that their lives and memories were mine, and that all this vexation of the sea and air and labouring ship was of old time and a thousand times before.

    CHAPTER XXXIII

  • She was proud, a woman of their own race and type, to watch these two gray-eyed blond men together.

    CHAPTER XXVI

  • “Give it up, Courtney,” a gray-eyed guy named Nathaniel said.

    When Rose Wakes

  • I asked, pointing to the gray-eyed bunnies sitting with the original.

    The Multiplying Menace

  • No gray-eyed Wold Newtoners, either, but the leader of this particular mission in the field is one Commander Gray Pierce.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • “I hate this place,” Zach said, looking at his own gray-eyed reflection.

    THE FORBIDDEN GAME

  • Orchardists stare gray-eyed down their rows of trees.

    Memory Wall

  • His gray-eyed gaze swept over her, taking in what she was doing.

    Men Don't Leave Me

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