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  • Artist Marc Quinn in London says he has been following Red's trajectory from afar, and agreed to donate "Red Sphinx," a white-bronze sculpture of Kate Moss in a heart-shaped yoga pose with red lips.

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  • Blades and white-bronze lances glittered in the late-afternoon sun of the fading summer.

    Colors of Chaos

  • Even in the field, he hated the itchiness of a beard, although sometimes he skipped shaving a day or two with the white-bronze razor that Leyladin had given him years before.

    Colors of Chaos

  • All that remained on the stone floor was a white-bronze dagger, glowing.

    Colors of Chaos

  • Back in the rear hall, as he reached for the latch to his door, his eyes went to the white-bronze plate mounted on the wall, where the Old Tongue script spelled out: "Cerryl."

    Colors of Chaos

  • Cerryl could discover nothing else save several sets of whites, and personal toiletries, including scented soap, and a white-bronze razor.

    Colors of Chaos

  • The other lancer, a true white-bronze lance in his holder, merely nodded as he joined them.

    Colors of Chaos

  • The redhead's eyes burned; her fingers tightened on the white-bronze dagger.

    Colors of Chaos

  • Cerryl took almost half a small loaf of bread and used his white-bronze belt-knife to laboriously cut a chunk of the dry white cheese that seemed nearly as hard as the wood on which it rested.

    Colors of Chaos

  • Along with a few other items, like two white-bronze daggers Kinowin's eyebrows lifted.

    Colors of Chaos

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