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“Anna withdrew from the warehouse of unused memories an image of her mother in a light blue print dress patterned with white-and-yellow daisies, hanging pale green sheets on a clothesline in the morning sun.”
“Houses were decorated with Poland's white-and-red flags and the Vatican's white-and-yellow colors.”
“Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images Outside St. Mary's University hall, some 4,000 young students, dressed in school uniforms and waving small white-and-yellow Holy See flags, gathered in a field to serenade the pontiff with songs and hymns.”
“I know I made this dress at least twice -- the other time in a white-and-yellow daisy print quilting cotton with large green-and-white dotted dome-shaped plastic buttons.”
“A dim yellow bulb came on, revealing my Spartan living room: worn yellow sofa, two white-and-yellow wingback chairs, wooden coffee table, two tall bookcases mostly devoted to bric-a-brac.”
“And as he arrived in the main square in Rijeka here, we saw these tens of thousands of people waving white-and-yellow flags, the Vatican flag, the banners with his name on it, hailing him.”
“At that point in time, Lisa Lanham and the team of Sarasota County forensic technicians were going over the white-and-yellow house on Markridge inch by inch.”
“Kathleen Wingate lived in the 3100 block of Regatta Circle in Gulf Gate, a block away from the white-and-yellow house on Markridge Road.”
“Verden reentered the Great Hall, his white-and-yellow robes fluttering as he hastened to the throne.”
“In Dublin and Cork, white-and-yellow papal flags flew from the general post office on O'Connell Street, from all the restaurant and pub roofs, from the portal of the famous Gresham House.”
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