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“Across the expanse of sun-dappled water, the Great Blue Heron sat, as if ready to answer all of my unanswerable questions.”
“It's a sun-dappled love letter to youthful indiscretion that pulses with all the verve and passion of that time.”
“He thought he spotted a painting by Paul Henry in the hall, and he was sure the enormous oil painting above the fireplace in the sitting room she led him into was by William Orpen: a glorious scene of a young woman in a white dress reading in a sun-dappled green garden.”
“A pair of telephone bidders -- one from Russia -- got into a lengthy bidding war over Pierre Bonnard's "Terrace at Vernon," a large sun-dappled landscape that was only expected to sell for up to £ 4 million.”
“While others may have photos to share of drinking wine at sun-dappled cafes, smiling from seashores or summits of mountains, I share no Facebook shots of what consumed me this summer: signing checks and charging to Mastercard the rehabilitations of the many, many broken parts of my domestic life.”
“On a sun-dappled day, in a packed Candlestick Park, this one for a long time looked like a replay of the 1990 NFC Championship between these two teams.”
“Mine did this and it was way too dark, and now in all our wedding photos, my hair looks sun-dappled and he looks like Eddie Munster.”
“That ambivalence can clearly be seen throughout Luck, where the beauty of sun-dappled Santa Anita is relentlessly contrasted with the beaten-down gamblers scrabbling around the sport's edges.”
“Vancouver, on a sun-dappled Saturday afternoon, seems an unlikely place to meet Elvis Costello.”
“But now here she is, in a sun-dappled living room, offering Sookie Vienna sausages, squash pickles and crawfish dip three things that sound dee-licious... when you're drunk.”
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