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  • But the hair or scales or feathers of monsters are gorgeously coloredfuchsia, turquoise, sparkly bronze, iridescent greenand their minds have the power to control the minds of humans.

    Kristin Cashore - An interview with author

  • A minute later they arrived at a seashorethe ocean was bright greenand slowly eased in for a landing on a rolling hillside overlooking the turbulent water.

    Roadside Crosses

  • Majer Vaclyn walked through the archway opposite the entrance and down another marble-floored corridor, the sound of his boots muffled by the heavy greenand-gold carpet runner that covered the middle of the corridor floor.

    Alector's Choice

  • From the oak he traced narrow paths to a thicket of growth, greenand-black shadows with touches of orange.

    Destiny's Road

  • Red bubbles throbbed under their greenand-blue chins.

    The Season of the Machete

  • That is where the grass is always greenand you can't smoke it, the sky is always blue, and women all obey their husbands and fathers, no matter how insane they are! fanned already...

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The darling of those same disgruntled fans, Beckham only added to the Glazers 'pain by picking up a greenand golf scarf that had been thrown in his direction and wrapping it around his neck.

    Football.co.uk news feed

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