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  • (Note the coordinating color scheme: the gold-covered book has red highlights, the blue-covered has gold highlights, and the red-covered has blue.)

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  • He sits in a chair in the centre of the lofty room with the blue-covered notebooks in front of him.

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  • As a child, I learned poetry first by reading the blue-covered manual my father had been issued as an 18-year-old volunteer.

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  • Conklin came over with a cop in tow and several blue-covered ledgers under his arm.

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  • Wrapped in each other's arms, they would fail to get up for their eight-o'clock classes; they would doodle the beloved's name in their blue-covered exam books and fail the course; they would elope in their junior year.

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  • Much of the floor was carpeted in scattered clothes, books and copies of the blue-covered British Medical Journal.

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  • The blue-covered legs flailed wildly and twisted from side to side, but the torso did not emerge from the wall one bit.


  • Ida had returned to her studies, and Clara to her blue-covered volume, sitting absorbed and disinterested amid the bustle and the racket.

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  • Clara lounged in an arm-chair with her feet upon a second one, a blue-covered book in her hand, and a huge map of the British Islands spread across her lap.

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  • A stenographer and a clerk were at lower desks, and one man sat at a table sorting through stacks of blue-covered charge sheets.

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