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  • But when I got out of the car to take a closer look I noticed a tag attached to the bright-yellow rope that had been used to hoist the object to a high branch.

    Under Siege Upstate

  • My ignominious bright-yellow "Press" tag immediately attracted unwanted attention.

    Brush With Greatness

  • A top item will be Toulouse-Lautrec's "La Clownesse assise" (1896), a wonderful lithograph of the clown Mademoiselle Cha-U-Kao in a bright-yellow, ruffle top sitting on a red sofa, with legs defiantly stretched wide apart and a skeptical look on her face (estimate: £180,000-£220,000).

    Prints Worthy of Hanging

  • "I once owned a bright-yellow skin suit," he says.

    When Just Any Old Lycra Won't Do

  • The same farm provides the chicken and fresh eggs (with bright-yellow yolks) in the Cobb salad ($12).

    From Farm to Table

  • MILAN—In a bright-yellow, open-plan office on the outskirts of Milan, young retail-minded managers walk by bicycles parked inside as they devise plans for new services and products to boost business.

    Italian Bank Cuts Costs but Builds Business

  • The same farm provides the chicken and fresh eggs (with bright-yellow yolks) in the Cobb salad ($12).

    From Farm to Table

  • A bright-yellow cube hangs from the top of the black-brick facade of the Sheraton Four Points.

    Bright Hotel Facades to Offset 'Squalor'

  • J B Hunt Transportation Service, the trucking company with the bright-yellow 18-wheelers and Maverick Trucking are also based here.

    Jobs Begin to Sprout

  • J B Hunt Transportation Service, the trucking company with the bright-yellow 18-wheelers and Maverick Trucking are also based here.

    Jobs Begin to Sprout

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