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  • Fair-haired and pale, with a slow, sweet voice—cringing reflexively when anyone spoke to her and carrying herself as though her ribs ached.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • Fair-haired and pale, with a slow, sweet voice—cringing reflexively when anyone spoke to her and carrying herself as though her ribs ached.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • Fair-haired and pale, with a slow, sweet voice—cringing reflexively when anyone spoke to her and carrying herself as though her ribs ached.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • Fair-haired families, forced to spend a large portion of their income on medical insurance say the nation cannot continue to over any real choice.

    We Can't Afford to Wait

  • Fair-haired young men always have their critics and mine were legion, always watching me, always hoping I'd slip up, hoping to find the skeleton in my closet.

    A Corpse is a Corpse

  • Fair-haired, thickset and in his early forties, he gave a curt nod.

    Hard Frost

  • Fair-haired and tall, not young but towards the middle-years, strong with the strength of one who lives out-of-doors in all weathers, browned with the wind and sun, blue-eyed, he called no man master, and was the owner of his own small acres.

    The Trumpeter Swan

  • The land was divided among many chiefs, and the most powerful of them was hated as an oppressor by the people, who, he was told, would gladly welcome as their king a leader as famed as Olaf Tryggveson, and representing the line of Harold the Fair-haired.

    Famous Sea Fights From Salamis to Tsu-Shima

  • Another Olaf, who completed this last work a few years later, and who, like Olaf Tryggveson, reigned over Norway in right of his prowess and his descent from Harold the Fair-haired, is remembered as St. Olaf, saint and martyr; but no exploit of either king lives in popular tradition so brightly as the story of Olaf Tryggveson's death-battle at

    Famous Sea Fights From Salamis to Tsu-Shima

  • Fair-haired and blue-eyed, with good though irregular features, he was pleasant-faced and attractive rather than handsome.

    The Jungle Girl

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