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  • At Christie's alone there will be more than 40 works by Fabergé, led by a 19th-century, dominantly green-colored, gold and enamel Imperial presentation snuff box with a portrait of Czar Nicholas II, estimated at £300,000-£500,000.

    From Russia With Love

  • She has merlot-colored hair and wears green-colored contacts and a black Misfits T-shirt.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • He waved a green-colored graph from the military labeled "Alternative Mission in Afghanistan" as if it were a piece of damning evidence in a courtroom.

    Military thwarted president seeking choice in Afghanistan

  • The olive green-colored walls re-enforce the laid-back Mediterranean theme.

    Cruising the Mediterranean

  • I have caught a couple of them in the past using a fly rod (casting green-colored flies into the grass they were eating), but never had them strike an actual lure.

    Grass carp...with a crankbait?

  • Her body turned purple and became an x-ray exposing green-colored bones.

    Arcana Magi - c.28: Our Hearts as One

  • Anna Lee first laid eyes on an unusual green-colored sheet of Taiwan's first postage stamps, she had to catch her breath.

    'Horse and Dragons' Set Chinese Stamp Record

  • “Booger,” a green-colored cake batter ice cream swirled with green-hued caramel and Lucky Charms marshmallow bits, was the second highest vote-getter at a recent taste test held at the store.

    New ice cream flavor: 'Booger'

  • The injections were written on green-colored notes; the outcomes on canary yellow notes, to differentiate the changes from the effects.

    VELOCITY

  • It's an ironically "un-green" pursuit of a green-colored lawn.

    PrairieMod Monday

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