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  • I had watched as the larger Miss Moses had spooned scarlet pimentos onto the orange mound of grated cheddar cheese, and as she had stirred in a dollop of the mayonnaise — which looked homemade, because the jar was a Mason jar with no label, and the mayonnaise was a little off-white, instead of the white-white color of the store-bought kind.

    "The Misses Moses," from my collection Aliens in the Prime of Their Lives (Norton 2010)

  • Hey, I'm a white-white collar voter, and I'm not voting for him either!

    McCain camp accuses Obama of making age an issue

  • Were there any white-white or black-black relationships?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The “Racist” Charge

  • Less than one-third of laborers and white-white collar workers were paid from 300 to 600 rubles.

    The Gun

  • According to a 2008 paper, "Roommate Relationships: A Comparison of Interracial and Same-Race Living Situations" (published in "Group Processes Intergroup Relations"), 17% of interracial pairings ended, compared with 9% of black-black pairings and 11% of white-white pairings.

    The Real Path to Racial Harmony

  • The contrast with the white-white skin is especially nice.

    Kiri

  • It was a heavy square, more creamy than white-white, formal enough to be a wedding invitation.

    In a Strange City

  • Through the little area he could keep clear, he could only see white-white and more white.

    Fall of Angels

  • Three figures in white-white boots, tunics, and trousers stood halfway between the unloading platform and me mountain wall that marked the end of the road.

    The Order War

  • It had cooled considerably; for the fringe of brightness around the goggle-induced black had dimmed from violet-white through white-white to orange-white.

    Ringworld

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