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  • For Bliss, aside from barely being able to stand on a pair of roller skates, she and her blue-dyed hair are sure they were born to be a derby girl.

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  • For Bliss, aside from barely being able to stand on a pair of roller skates, she and her blue-dyed hair are sure they were born to be a derby girl.

    Rabid Reads: "Whip It" (aka "Derby Girl") by Shauna Cross

  • The tall female sekasha-caste elf with spiky short, blue-dyed hair was standing at Tinker's right shoulder, acting as a shield.

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  • Without waiting for an answer, I darted off toward the main building—and a huge concrete waterfall splashing with blue-dyed water.

    The Children of the Lost

  • Without waiting for an answer, I darted off toward the main building—and a huge concrete waterfall splashing with blue-dyed water.

    The Children of the Lost

  • All this, in a sea of orange and yellow marigolds, red, pink and blue-dyed roses and hundreds of other brightly colored flowers, purple wreaths and ribbons.

    Sandy Goodman: Forget Halloween But Take A Good Look At The Day Of The Dead

  • Consider together the sections related to the color blue, for example, as a way to understand the advantages of this broadened structure. reference reference reference reference Whether the underlying subject was blue for painting pictures or chairs, for ceramics or glass, for enamels or artificial sapphires, for blue-dyed or printed fabrics, recognizable problems existed in the technical challenges of indigo and cobalt, and in the great expense of ultramarine.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • Possible a tiny blue-dyed egg, so kids can buy one for a quarter there has to be a machine and put it under, and penny-press it with the Steel-Toed Boot of God.

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  • Moore seasons the book with a blue-dyed Las Vegas showgirl-turned-prostitute, a Goth teenager named Abby Normal and a posse of turkey-bowling, drug-taking, supermarket-employee losers.

    You Suck: Christopher Moore

  • It takes a meandering road of wrong turns to take a girl from being the milky-skinned Cheddar princess of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, to a blue-dyed call girl turning tricks at downtown casinos in Vegas, but Blue would be damned if she'd add yet another wrong turn by smothering a golden goose between her proportionally improbable silicon joy orbs.

    You Suck

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