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  • A reddish flood pounded along under his sun-tanned skin, and as he stooped, the skin of his neck was scarlet.

    SIWASH

  • For a northeasterner who knows his way around a boat, slipping sun-tanned feet straight into Sperry Top-Siders, canvas sneakers or even penny loafers comes as naturally as hoisting a jib.

    Grin and Bare It

  • Malemute Kid pointed to where the sun-tanned hide had been cut away, strip by strip, -- the grim signature of famine.

    An Odyssey of the North

  • My father moved out after their divorce, and she celebrated by peeling off her clothing and spreading on a bath towel in the back yard, the straps of her bikini dangling loose against her sun-tanned shoulders.

    What They Meant

  • Here I am at age three, sun-tanned and bearing flowers:

    Ferule & Fescue

  • His yellow hair, worn shoulder length, was grizzled, but the blue eyes required no contact lenses and the sun-tanned skin was firm.

    do you ever read writing?

  •            But for now, this soft and lovely, bare-armed Christine Nelson creature was staring at us while we sat on the hood of Andy's brother's car with the radio jacked up, our hearts beating wild as sparrows in our tee-shirts, thinking our pure, sweet thoughts, empty but for innocence, our short-sleeves rolled up revealing our bony, sun-tanned shoulders.

    Puppy Love

  • The detainees have put on some weight, are sun-tanned and relaxed.

    Miss Universe Visits Guantánamo Bay - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • His arms were strong and sun-tanned from captaining the Hasted House junior-class rugby team.

    Everything but the Truth

  • "I'm on the shelf, on the DL (disabled list) for a while," Cal Ripken says, a grin coming across his sun-tanned face.

    The Ripken Way: No shortcuts to Hall

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