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  • Four nearly identical, 1976 preparatory stages of "Knife Edge Mirror Two Piece" are all about a foot tall: two plaster models, one of them marked into numbered sections; a model in polystyrene and a bronze version, with a warm and glowing satiny brown-gold patina.

    The Origins of Henry Moore

  • Her brown-gold hair was braided close to her head in dozens of small braids, and her face was nearly the exact shape of a heart.

    City of Ashes

  • Delight appeared at his elbow, smiling, and offered him an oversized goblet, the bottom filled with brandy, the dark brown-gold color attesting to age and quality.

    City of Glory

  • A long face with weather-beaten creases and sunken cheeks above a narrow jaw; but with brown-gold eyes that always seemed to be seeing the funny side of life as they peeped over narrow blue-lens glasses.

    The Dreaming Void

  • A pair of paintings by Joan MirĂ³ are splendid examples of the artist's whimsical version of Surrealism, with squiggly biomorphic creatures and stick-figure "personnages" in black and primary colors on a burnished brown-gold background.

    A Look At Catalan Art,

  • According to the The Times of London, Budweiser "is brown-gold and alcoholic--but, then, in the scathing verdict of German beer fans, so is paint thinner."

    This Bud's For Whom?

  • IT IS brown-gold and alcoholic but, then, in the scathing verdict of German beer fans, so is paint thinner.

    Firedoglake » Friends in High Places

  • Nan had seen the pictures of ladies who were acknowledged Beauties like Mrs. Lillie Langtry, ladies who obviously spent many hours in the hands of their dressers and hairdressers rather than pulling their hair up into a simple chignon from which little curling strands of brown-gold were always escaping.

    The Wizard Of London

  • Her loose brown-gold hair tumbled about her shoulders.

    The Falcons of Montabard

  • Just so, Syme thought, would the brown-gold face of such a tyrant have shown against the dark green olives and the burning blue.

    The Man Who Was Thursday

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