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“Ms. Nicholson brought Mr. Rodriguez a glass of Rainoldi Brut Rosé and a glass of creamy Ca' del Bosco for me, along with the bottle, sheathed in an orange-gold plastic wrap that was clearly intended to mimic Cristal.”
“It takes a couple of hours for their exoskeleton to darken, and their wings to unfold and dry to a translucent orange-gold.”
“Dignified black and orange-gold refreshes the waters of the Amu.”
“Max hummed beside him, crackling in an orange-gold energetic flare.”
“I see skyscrapers, piers, the orange-gold Staten Island ferry.”
“She explains that Sri Aurobindo's symbols are to be carved in stone of an orange-gold colour, the only colour in the room, and again ...”
“For the Proof Liberty Head double eagle collector, his special coin might be a piece with a Bass, Eliasberg or Norweb pedigree or one with splendid natural hazy orange-gold color.”
“Made of a polished thread, it had a slight iridescence of orange-gold that we knew would be tricky to match.”
“The kumquat is an orange-gold oval about the size of my thumb with a sweetish interior and a tender, tart skin.”
“This type of pottery uses an iron oxide colored glaze, resulting in hues from light yellow to orange-gold.”
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