red-and-white-striped love

red-and-white-striped

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  • Still, Tom's eyes grew larger as the hare's pale pink eyes and twitching nose rose above his red-and-white-striped socks.

    Husk of Hare

  • Honor climbed into her mother's lap and — in between making silly faces with Driver — listened as Obama read Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham to the group of D.C., Maryland and Virginia public school children, who all donned the iconic Cat in the Hat character's red-and-white-striped hat.

    Read Across America Day tips its hat to Dr. Seuss

  • When healthy children were shown, they served as portentous signs of future tragedies: Another segment started with footage of a blond boy with the left sleeve of his red-and-white-striped shirt rolled up to expose his arm.

    The Panic Virus

  • Two Packs led us boldly across the great plaza, past the stickball goals, the akbatle basket atop its high pole, and finally to the red-and-white-striped World Tree, a mighty red cedar that towered over all.

    Fire The Sky

  • Musk raised his arms in victory when the three red-and-white-striped parachutes deployed.

    HISTORIC: SpaceX Launching First Privately Owned Spacecraft For NASA

  • The bells on her red-and-white-striped uniform jingled merrily, but worry made her green face lime, and her pointy ears quivered above her red hair.

    December « 2008 « Morgan Dempsey

  • Ms. Evelyn removed her glasses and wiped them clean on the tail of her red-and-white-striped shirt.

    A Different Light

  • Ric had returned bearing a tray holding four red-and-white-striped boxes of popcorn, enough to make up a dapper barbershop quartet, and huge paper cups of soda pop.

    Silver Zombie

  • Read Across America Day celebrates the birthday of Dr. Seuss / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com: It's Read Across America Day today, and all across the United States students – and their teachers – are wearing red-and-white-striped hats.

    Archive 2010-02-28

  • Beside him stood Babe Ruth, his plaid sports jacket slung over his shoulder, showing off a crisp white shirt, red-and-white-striped tie, red suspenders, and perfectly tailored trousers.

    DIAMOND RUBY

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