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  • At the postmortem the morning after the night before, Giovanni Trapattoni peered through his green-tinted spectacles and offered a revisionist theory on the Republic of Ireland's 3-2 home defeat to Russia.

    Giovanni Trapattoni talks up Republic of Ireland positives after loss

  • Her legs were brown with tan and her face was like a brown sculpture with a delicate green-tinted sweat beneath her bright blue eyes.

    Feel Your Boobies

  • The Emerald City isn't all that green - residents and visitors are forced to wear green-tinted spectacles.

    Further BC bah humbug

  • Here we found a large chunk of black, yet distinctly green-tinted obsidian, protruding from the wall.

    Obsidian in Mexico: gift of the gods

  • The glass was green-tinted and double thick, reinforced with wire mesh.

    Choker

  • The screen at the front of the Situation Room lit up, showing a fuzzy, green-tinted image of a row of soldiers strapped in their seats inside the vast airplane hold.

    Gideon’s war

  • Such a pale green-tinted yellow that it's nearly colorless, the nose is similarly light and austere with primary green apple aromas and hints of wet gravel.

    The New York Cork Report:

  • From outside it was impossible to see through its green-tinted windows.

    Alexander Lebedev's office raided by masked police

  • According to Mr. Shannon, this "subordination of the individual desire to communal duty" was a hallmark of the green-tinted Hollywood films that flourished roughly from the 1920s to the end of World War II.

    Visiting Cagney's Neighborhood

  • On Jan. 21, 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court virtually endorsed this green-tinted view of American politics in the case Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.

    Marian Salzman: Power from the People

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