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green-and-yellow

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  • After missing the first one, Daly — wearing purple pants with a wild green-and-yellow floral pattern — shook his head slightly and stared straight ahead while leaning on his putter and waiting for his turn.

    Daly withdraws from PGA Championship after a 78

  • There is also the tie clip with a green-and-yellow striped racing helmet on it.

    A Studio on the Fast Track

  • It flipped on the dock until I lifted it in my hand-a green-and-yellow gem with orange pectoral fins and bright eyes.

    The Life Ahead: C.J.

  • When Dave Lizewski – ordinary New York teenager and rabid comic-book geek dons a green-and-yellow internet-bought wetsuit to become the no-nonsense vigilante, Kick-Ass, he soon finds an answer to his own question: because it hurts.

    Kick-Ass Outdoor Posters | /Film

  • One week ago, Oliveira walked into the pastel green-and-yellow building where he'd attended elementary and junior high school, pulled two guns out of a backpack and started shooting the terrified children.

    Man who killed 12 in Brazil school acted alone

  • The BP name and green-and-yellow sunflower logo took over after BP acquired Amoco in the late 1990s, replacing the Amoco name and its blue-and-red torch inside an oval logo.

    BP Name Change: Amoco Possible Rebranding Option For Stations

  • British Petroleum, the company's old name, was changed to the more global-friendly BP, and a new green-and-yellow logo was designed to seem more environmentally conscious, along with the slogan "Beyond Petroleum."

    Black Water Rising

  • Irsay had already packed his football operations into fifteen infamous green-and-yellow Mayflower moving trucks.

    Bad Sports

  • The shorts were green-and-yellow plaid and had come from Kmart.

    Boys and Girls Like You and Me

  • The Duck, the green-and-yellow mascot for University of Oregon ' s top-ranked college football team, was captured Dougieing on a prime-time telecast in October.

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