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  • Sisters in the well recognized blue-bordered white saris go about their work.

    Pointing Fingers At Mother Teresa's Heirs

  • To win he must flip all of the blue-bordered and light blue states.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • To win he must flip all of the blue-bordered and light blue states.

    [presidential election] state by state guide and candidates

  • You are now at the page that states inside a blue-bordered box at the top of the page “You are represented by The Honorable Elton Gallegly”. » Beyond dumbed down

  • The bath was a handsome affair, done in white enamel, with a large, blue-bordered stone tub and nickel trimmings.

    Sister Carrie

  • He was standing before her and she was holding out the little blue-bordered, gold-monogrammed booklet.

    The Financier

  • From his pocket, according to the fashion of the time, protruded a neat, blue-bordered silk handkerchief, and his feet were immaculate in new, shining Oxford ties.

    The Titan

  • A blue-bordered window popped onto the screen, and she sat still again, stumped.


  • He at least was his usual self; a saffron robe, blue-bordered, gold clasps and studs on his sandals, an Egyptian girdle worked with ibises.

    The Praise Singer

  • Not slight the thing he judged it to be, but as though it was the firmament itself that fell on the man-like face of the world, or as though it was the furrowed, blue-bordered ocean that broke o'er the tufted brow of the earth, or as though the ground had gone asunder in quakes, or as though the forest fell, each of the trees in the crotches and forks and branches of the other.

    The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Táin Bó Cúalnge


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