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“Kurt Wilberding/The Wall Street Journal A smoke-colored felted flannel blazer and trousers with a silk bodyshirt.”
“From a smoke-colored twill kilt worn over a skinny trouser, to a jet wool cashmere utility vest worn over a charcoal-striped tweed double-breasted chesterfield, Mr. Chai delivered, literally, new dimensions to his love of slouchy elegance to sublime effect.”
“It came in frosted mugs and tumblers of ice and bottles that were smoke-colored or dark green or reddish-black or glowing with an amber warmth.”
““You did,” said the tall, smoke-colored man who drifted up behind her, looming over her shoulder, heaving and roiling like a thundercloud, blue eyes bright as lightning.”
“Thick smoke-colored clouds gathered to the west, already rumbling with thunder.”
“OM – I bow to you with a magnificent smoke-colored body that ends all obstruction”
“A translucent smoke-colored disc -- a slice of a cylinder -- that housed its CPU clung to the underside of the desk and dissipated heat through the furniture's surface.”
“Anthony thought how little rain or sunshine he would enjoy shut into that close little cage in the smoke-colored, windowless hall.”
“OM - Your magnificent smoke-colored body ends all obstruction;”
“OM – I bow to you with a magnificent smoke-colored body that ends all obstruction – HUM HUM PHAT”
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