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  • Bikini Bottom is also an effortlessly postmodern place, a baby-blue void in which all manner of cultural bric-a-brac drifts and combines.

    SpongeBob's Golden Dream

  • We drove my baby-blue Ford Falcon downtown, got married in front of a judge and several gang members .

    Wasbands And Wives: Seven Reasons To Stay Married

  • Another folds a baby-blue tie into a perfect knot around his neck.

    The Gospel according to Bobby Jones

  • But thankfully most have figured out alternatives to chinos and baby-blue button-down shirts.

    The Answer: Growing old gracefully

  • The snapshots tunnel around a head of long, chocolate-colored hair, baby-blue spaghetti-string top, a small but noticeable mole on the left shoulder blade.

    Monkeytown excerpt 5

  • Leading Phillips de Pury's opening sale will be American Jeff Koons's "Seal Walrus Trashcans" (2003-2009), a kitschy object composed of two metal cans out of which peer an inflatable green walrus and a baby-blue seal (estimate: £2 million-£3 million).

    A Frenzy of Contemporary Art

  • URMs are surprisingly in touch with their feminine side and will, without flinching, don a pink or baby-blue shirt Turnbull & Asser, from £135, if they are flush, or Charles Tyrwhitt, from £69, and T.M. Lewin, from £79, if less so.

    Deconstructing the Unreconstructed Male

  • I had been seeing a lot of pink, violet, and baby-blue bathrooms with old chipped tubs.

    Luxury

  • The Beatles played continuously on my baby-blue turntable.

    Events of '64

  • Also, in recent years, Brooks has driven his baby-blue 1966 Cadillac convertible as part of Gray's entourage in summer parades.

    $10M is sought from D.C. by firm with ties to Gray campaign adviser

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