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  • SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico mdash; As the ocean floor plunges off southwestern Puerto Rico, it reveals coral reefs dotted with bright-blue sea squirts and a...

    Puerto Rico Aims To Protect Newly Discovered Coral Reefs

  • SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — As the ocean floor plunges off southwestern Puerto Rico, it reveals coral reefs dotted with bright-blue sea squirts and a multitude of other organisms whose existence has given hope to scientists who strive to save the island's threatened ecosystems.

    Puerto Rico Aims To Protect Newly Discovered Coral Reefs

  • Gus drives past dilapidated shacks with corrugated-iron roofs, huddles of thin brown cows, and fields of banana plants, their bunches of fruit cradled in bright-blue plastic bags.

    The Snatchback

  • The former laundry now recalls a Mykonos sidewalk café, with floors painted to resemble stones, a bright-blue and white color scheme and bougainvillea draped over the doors.

    A Big Fat Greek Hit

  • One of the guests presented Alessandro with a red satin box, which he opened to find two bright-blue pills, Viagra.

    Anna Liu and Yves (Revised)

  • I arrive and it is a three-hour drive to the lodge in the Torres del Paine National Park, set amid a dramatic landscape—towering snow-capped mountains, bright-blue lakes and lush grass; I sit outside for an hour or so taking in the changing shapes and colors as the day ends.

    Trekking Across Chile's Majestic Frontier

  • The bright-blue painted restaurant seats about 85 inside and 50 in a wraparound veranda, says Nat Milner , a co-owner with his wife Elizabeth.

    Farm Fresh and Modern

  • The one we chose for our adventure was hundreds of years old, and its facade was covered in bright-blue tiles.

    Rick Steves: A Naked, Post-Soviet Hot Tub Experience

  • The furniture is minimal: There is a long dining table painted chartreuse and small, bright-blue Chinese peasant cloth pillows sit on two white couches.

    Embracing Old Shanghai

  • Chad Ingraham for The Wall Street Journal The furniture is minimal: There is a long dining table painted chartreuse and small, bright-blue Chinese peasant cloth pillows sit on two white couches.

    Traditional Living in Shanghai

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