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  • More tart than sweet, the light-yellow custard is made with egg yolks, sweetened condensed milk and Key lime juice.

    Real-Deal Key Lime Pie

  • The old man stood there and watched him go, then turned back to the corn, which had been knee-high on the Fourth of July, and now had light-yellow tassels, about to turn brown.

    The Vegetable Man

  • Those light-yellow, high-carbonation, near-flavorless beers might be acceptable at a football game on a frigid when one is merely looking to warm him or herself any way possible, but not with dinner or on a hot summer day.

    Because Man Can't Live on Wine Alone: North Fork Craft Beer Festival

  • I've been wearing these Hope Necklaces nearly every day since I bought them and even sported a light-yellow strand onstage as the moderator for Walletpop's panel with the Huffington Post.

    Andrea Chalupa: L.E.A.D. Uganda Offers Guilt Free Shopping

  • He wore a light-yellow shirt, distressed jeans, and leather sandals.

    Paradise Lost

  • He wore madras shorts and a light-yellow polo shirt, and he had a kind of tight look about him, as if he were born with a stick up his butt.

    Paradise Lost

  • She came back dressed in a frilly, light-yellow dress and shoes to match.

    Clean Kill

  • Christine was holding a light-yellow blanket, and I could see a baby's head just peeking above the crown of the covers.

    Pop Goes The Weasel

  • The conspicuous flowers are light-yellow to cream in color and are borne in abundance during the rainy season.

    Chapter 10

  • Non bleached palm oil also can be used (after being filtered) for colorations from light-yellow to orange.

    Chapter 4


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