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  • Roger turned the corner of the street, saw the balcony, whipped the horse, which came up at a gallop, and stopped at the bronze-green door that he knew as well as his master did.

    A Second Home

  • Roger turned the corner of the street, saw the balcony, whipped the horse, which came up at a gallop, and stopped at the bronze-green door that he knew as well as his master did.

    A Second Home

  • Tr'Aimne said nothing, and didn't even look at her, but his knuckles went very pale where they gripped the harness-straps while his face flushed dark bronze-green.

    The Romulan Way

  • Tr'Aimne said nothing, and didn't even look at her, but his knuckles went very pale where they gripped the harness-straps while his face flushed dark bronze-green.

    The Romulan Way

  • Amaryllis touched the bronze-green snakeskin with reverential fingers.

    Amaryllis

  • Amaryllis touched the bronze-green snakeskin with reverential fingers.

    Amaryllis

  • Amaryllis touched the bronze-green snakeskin with reverential fingers.

    Amaryllis

  • The people who built it all were bipeds, covered with a fine bronze-green fur that streamed behind them in the constant and gentle winds.

    Timegod's World

  • In the year 753, three hundred years before the Cave People set forth on their tribal journey through Mexico, one of their scouting parties brought back from Guatemala a dead specimen of that extra - ordinary bird the quetzal, whose bright bronze-green and red plumage and immensely long tail would excite all Indian tribes who saw it.

    Mexico

  • Only a sparse creeper grew along their way, its elongated leaves shimmering with bronze-green reflections against a stony surface; but when they topped the ridge a thick forest was in sight.

    The Talkative Tree

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