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“Himmelhoch was a large white house on top of a hill, surrounded by coconut palms, banana palms and beautiful smaller palms whose leaves splayed outward in great fans like the tails of peacocks.”
“In spite of this, he rode on and on, till at last he reached a small white house that stood by itself on the top of a hill, unsheltered from the wind.”
“Fifty-seven-oh-seven Abbott Circle, white house with blue shutters, second on the right.”
“The bonfires blazed brightly, and especially in front of that prim-looking white house on Eighth street.”
“She gave me directions to the Hampshire village and said Jimmy had said I should look for a square white house with bronze flaming-torch gateposts, and I should ring the front door bell, not go round to the back.”
“Moiraine and Lan rode with the wagons; not ahead of them, or even with Kadere's boxlike little white house on wheels, but alongside the second wagon, where the canvas-covered shape of the doorframe ter'angreal made a hump above the rest of the load.”
“Inman's regiment was called to join the men already behind the wall, and they had quickly formed up alongside the big white house at the top of Maryes Heights.”
“So encouraging himself he went back to Silas Slattery's white house and Julie.”
“It is a long white house with flat, arched windows and a square-columned porch, standing a little back from Dummer Lane.”
“We made it to Molfetta, knocked at the door of a white house with trees in front, and Wolfe spoke through a crack to the man who unlocked it, and handed him a slip of paper.”
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List title totally stolen from she. Right, the stock entry for this list should be a two-word phrase where one of the words denotes a colour; even better if the expression has some metaphoric value...
...And all that heavy metal.
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