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  • Titian-red and the eyes are blue; which perhaps accounted for her colouring and some part of her temperament.

    The Hawk of Egypt

  • Seventy-three years ago a little Irish boy lay in his aunt's lap looking out on a strange and mysterious world that his solemn eyes had explored for scarcely ten short days, while she, to whom the commonplaces of everyday surroundings had lost their first absorbing interest, was busily engaged in braiding a watch-chain from her splendid, Titian-red hair.

    Sir Robert Hart

  • "So loud!" said Lady Beaulyon, breathing the words delicately against her friend's Titian-red hair.

    God's Good Man

  • "So loud!" said Lady Beaulyon, breathing the words delicately against her friend's Titian-red hair.

    God's Good Man

  • "So loud!" said Lady Beaulyon, breathing the words delicately against her friend's Titian-red hair.

    God's Good Man

  • Molly Wilson, who had wonderful Titian-red hair, would tastefully drape fabric between her legs.

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  • Molly Wilson, who had wonderful Titian-red hair, would tastefully drape fabric between her legs.

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