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“Tattoo is one example (I understand the ocre was a big trade item in human pre-civilizations.”
“As for the rhetoric, the fight goes right to the ocre of the greatest debate of the last 150 years.”
“Vermelhos sobre verde e ocre; sob oceano transparente.”
“Ficava nas margens de um rio, tinha arranha-céus brancos e ruas labirinticas, pontes de ferro ocre e fábricas com as chaminés corroídas.”
“Velvet comes in four colors - ocre, purple, red, and teal.”
“Body painting must have spread through communities like a fad, and the demand for ocre must have made it valuable to those who knew how to mine for its constituent minerals.”
“As I plunge the broom handle into the pile of burnt sienna and ocre I'm thinking - how did this happen?”
“Berg chose a muted background for his furnishings with a light ocre wall color and soft, moss-green trim.”
“BALANCING ACT: Set off from the entrance by the slender side hall, the street-facing living room feels both comfortable and vibrant, a balance struck by strong textures, smooth lines and a warm color palette based on maroon and ocre.”
“The contrast between the light outside (the blaring sun, the absence of clouds, the reflection of the sun on the yellow / ocre / golden stones used to build the monuments, making the whole area even more luminous) and the darkness of such places as the”
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