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  • Blue-eyed, strong-featured, in Saxon's opinion he was undeniably handsome.

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  • Blue-eyed humans have a single, common ancestor, according to researchers at the University of Copenhagen:

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  • Blue-eyed and upbeat, only twenty-five and a few years out of the University of Colorado, where he climbed mountains and acted and took environmental studies.

    Into the Story

  • Blue-eyed, pink-cheeked, probably shaved only three times a week, the young officer was dubious, but not uncomfortable.

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  • Blue-eyed and upbeat, only twenty-five and a few years out of the University of Colorado, where he climbed mountains and acted and took environmental studies.

    Into the Story

  • Blue-eyed humans have a single, common ancestor, according to researchers at the University of Copenhagen:

    Blue-eyed humans have a single, common ancestor « Isegoria

  • Blue-eyed and upbeat, only twenty-five and a few years out of the University of Colorado, where he climbed mountains and acted and took environmental studies.

    Into the Story

  • Blue-eyed and upbeat, only twenty-five and a few years out of the University of Colorado, where he climbed mountains and acted and took environmental studies.

    Into the Story

  • Blue-eyed humans have a single, common ancestor « Isegoria

    Blue-eyed humans have a single, common ancestor « Isegoria

  • It seems that all people with blue eyes (including me, my parents, and my children; but not my wife, whose eyes are green) share a single identifiable mutation, descended from a single ancestor (or, as one Australian headline sensitively puts it, "Blue-eyed people 'inbred mutants'"; compare Der Spiegel's "All blue-eyed people related to Brad Pitt").

    Blue Eyes

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