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  • Turning slightly, he saw the last beaming rays of Solinari's fading light touch Gold-moon's beautiful silver-gold hair.

    Finnegan teoriza la practica de cuerdas

  • Riverwind stroked her silver-gold hair and she glanced up at him with a smile.

    Finnegan teoriza la practica de cuerdas

  • The company believes the vein system may be an unrecognized silver-gold district bonanza, similar to other silver-gold bonanza epithermal vein districts of western Mexico, such as the Tayoltita District.

    Asian Investors Hunting for Gold in Toronto

  • Before Alec could start to feel sorry for her, the door opened again and Isabelle came in, in her Shadowhunter gear, with her long silver-gold whip in one hand and a wooden-bladed naginata in the other.

    City of Ashes

  • As her fingers neared it, silver-gold light blossomed as if to welcome her, and she picked up the circlet with wide eyes, lips parted a little in wonder.

    Aerie

  • A tall, wide-shouldered man was standing on the battlements of the southwest wall, the wind blowing through his long silver-gold hair.

    Lord of the Silver Bow

  • A silver-gold exchange rate of 5 to 1 led to an outflow of gold.

    1858-66

  • Flying towards the great silver-gold disk of the moon which filled the horizon.

    The Dreamthief's Daughter

  • She was still beautiful, with her shining silver-gold hair and her lovely eyes, but the hair was straggly and uncombed, and the eyes had a vague and distant look about them, as if she wasnt seeing anything close to her but was staring at something very far away.

    Dragons Of A Lost Star

  • Her beautiful silver-gold hair was white and wispy.

    Dragons Of A Lost Star

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