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  • Outside, the woods were thinning to wide blue fields, while overhead, the blue-pink sky was prettily decorated by birds.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • I finally sat down yesterday night with my blue-pink band and started moving it to the new tablets and I'm already over the middle...

    Market Stall Organisation

  • A little north of west rises profiled the great Shárr, no longer a ridge with a coping of four horns, but a tall and portly block, from whose summit spring heads and peaks of airy blue-pink.

    The Land of Midian

  • It hovered in midair, its wings moving so rapidly they were no more than a blue-pink blur.

    For Love of Mother-Not

  • Under the heights of St. Cloud and Suresnes the reaches of the Seine trembled with the blue-pink lustre of an early Monet.

    Fighting France

  • For the first time a tremor of doubt ran through her son; his mother's view of it grated on him like the sight of a blue-pink dress; it was too rosy.

    The Island Pharisees

  • Upon one occasion A. was disturbed in his endeavour to send a thought of the blue-pink connotation, by a feeling of anxiety that the nature of the pink element should not be misapprehended.


  • Twenty yards farther on the cab passed him, and he caught another glimpse of the two faces; one small and white, the other heavy in outline, and suspiciously blue-pink as to cheeks.

    Flaming June

  • And, you know, pink always suits me, except when it's a blue-pink.

    The History of David Grieve

  • Sales of new lipsticks created by the singers for the makeup giant (light coral red from Lauper and light blue-pink from Gaga) benefit the fund, which has raised more than $150 million in the fight against HIV/AIDS since it was started in 1994.

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories


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