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“The unit's exterior, finished in a pale-green lacquer, was designed to match Ms. Gilo's contemporary décor.”
“Welcome plates have featured Zac Posen shoes made from chocolate-striped Joconde sponge, pale-green pistachio Alexander McQueen dress biscuits and Anya Hindmarch bags wrapped in almond marzipan.”
“June Delairre Truesdale's "Emmanuel Church of God and Christ, Harlem, April 12, 1990" is a wee pale-green structure squeezed between a canary-yellow tire service and a dilapidated furniture store.”
“Leaves lick at the window, clouds stream away, yet we lie here, perfect, locked in our dark chambers when we could rise in you brief, splendid twenty-plume, gold - spotted ghost, pink scavenger, luna whose pale-green wings glow with moons and planets at one with the burning world whose one desire is to escape itself. —”
“Yes, it is beautiful: like a dozen or more tiny, slim cauliflowers attached to every plant, each one held in a tight curl of protective pale-green leaves.”
“She unstoppered it and tapped a pale-green powder into the palm of her hand.”
“The pale-green leaves and curling stalks sometimes reach 14 or 16ft, and there are pockets of it all over the place.”
“The glare from the lava flow was so bright that it was like looking into the noonday sun, Twain recalled, and from time to time a bubble would burst, releasing a pale-green trail of vapor—“some released soul soaring homeward from captivity with the damned.””
“Be assertive to a certain degree," said Ms. Crotty, who was outfitted in battle tights, bike shoes and an iridescent pale-green windbreaker shell.”
“Storm accepted heels of pale-green lizard skin, slipped them on, and rose to her feet.”
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