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  • Maybe she caught my exhaustion and frustration, maybe she liked the cut of my True Religion jeans, maybe she was a racist and was giving me points for being light-eyed and white.

    As Husbands Go

  • The light-eyed, round-headed Scott Panzer flew the coop this month, migrating from brokerage Newmark Knight Frank to what he describes as the fairer environs of rival firm Jones Lang LaSalle.

    Poached! Panzer and Co. Jump from Newmark to Jones Lang

  • He too preferred golden-haired, light-eyed lovers; what pleased him in his wife were her noble ancestry and her fortune.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • Josie used to think, when she was younger, that she would grow up to look like her mother—fine-boned, dark-haired, light-eyed.

    Nineteen Minutes

  • Josie used to think, when she was younger, that she would grow up to look like her mother-fine-boned, dark-haired, light-eyed.

    Nineteen Minutes

  • But they were Aryans like us, light-eyed and tall and blond.

    People of the Dark

  • I don't think we want to take a light-eyed approach and say, look, let's just forget all medical science.

    CNN Transcript Feb 19, 2005

  • Flaxen-haired and light-eyed, he wears a scalloped Peter Pan collar and overalls which show off his legs.

    King Conked by Yunqu��

  • Before, there used to be more light-eyed people, because then the souls used to be brighter.

    The Man Who Was Afraid

  • One night, they took him, got him drunk, shoved him in a room with a young woman, raven-haired, light-eyed.

    Black Blade

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