blue and white love

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  • She took with her only what a native woman of good class would take; she wore a faded old blue and white chequered sarong with a white coatee.

    A Town Like Alice

  • The water was smooth as glass and teeming with jellyfish, their translucent blue and white "sails" erect in the light breeze.

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  • Unpeeling the soiled strips of petticoat from her red and blistered feet, she struggled to put on the well-loved blue and white sneakers with their spongy soles and soft lining.

    THE TIME QUAKE

  • There was gold platterware and cracked crystal, gems spilling out of wooden boxes split by rough handling, and rare vases of blue and white glazing with longitudinal cracks running from rim to base.

    The Brothers' War

  • The pilots, in blue and white tabards, waited patiently by their machines.

    The Brothers' War

  • The calm black-shadowed green of the lake was utterly different from the never-still blue and white of the ocean he had always known, while the alien pine forest filled the air with its curious scent.

    With a Single Spell

  • Dinner was simple and abundant: roast pork with plum sauce, potatoes dauphinois, peas and carrots, rye bread and sheep cheese, served on the modest Staffordshire blue and white they all loved.

    The Wayward Muse

  • After calling upon an expectant mother who showed me her layette, all white and blue, I dream that I go in an old house to a room with blue papered walls, a blue and white spread on the bed and a case of books, one of which is Dickens 'Great Expectations.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

  • Soon after that he got a racquet-tailed kingfisher, bright blue and white with a coral red bill, assignable to the genus Tanysiptera on the basis of its two elongated tail feathers, which were lobed at the ends like little squash rackets.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Even though Bubbe Mary was a rogue capitalist, she dropped every spare dime and quarter into a blue and white tin charity box that she kept in her pantry, right next to the jars of gefilte fish and red beet horseradish.

    Roseanne Archy

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