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“In the far distance, the pyramids float on pink-gray clouds of air pollution.”
“On the drive from Bristol the traffic was backed up, there was a queue, and eventually we passed the cause: a crate or more of chicken portions had slipped from the back of a truck, smearing a hundred-yard slimy mess of chicken, a pink-gray pulp with the odd drumstick still not flattened by passing vehicles.”
“She wasn't merely cute, she was gorgeous, a silver and gray tabby with dramatic big green eyes, and a pink-gray nose outlined in black.”
“Then a surgeon with good intentions comes along and drills the skull like a bucket holding a pulpy pink-gray mass.”
“Looking between his sandal-clad feet and through the white-painted railing, he saw an endless stretch of serene pink-gray nebula before him.”
“By the time the sky began to glow with pink-gray light and a morning bird's cell-phone trill sounded from the crisp holly bush outside his window, he'd finished the story completely-thirty-nine double-spaced pages.”
“Alustre, Lustrea The workshop walls were of pale green marble, but the floor was polished pink-gray granite, as were the pillars.”
“Behind him glistened the pale green marble walls, and polished pink-gray granite pillars and floors.”
“Alustre, Lustrea The sound of boots on the polished pink-gray granite floor came after Vestor had already been warned of the Praetor's approach by the flashing crystal inset beside the metal mirror.”
“Tiny bitsof skull and scalp with wispy blond hair still clinging that fell to the bathtub floor, as well as little gobbets of matter looking like pink-gray earthworms, parts of the organ in which James Coleman had recently maintained his sorry existence.”
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