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  • As in nature, each piece has its own unique qualities, although the finished logs are cohesively tied together by three independent industrial elements: safety-orange tube, orange colored upholstery and a smoky copper-tinted mirror.

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  • The last of the pins had tumbled from her hair, leaving it to hang around her face in an untidy mop of copper-tinted curls.

    The Devil Wears Plaid

  • He would kiss her tenderly, yet passionately, as his hands sifted through the silky softness of the copper-tinted curls spilling over the—

    The Devil Wears Plaid

  • See him gently laying her back on the satin coverlet and lowering his lips to hers, kissing her tenderly, yet passionately, as his hands sifted through the silky softness of the copper-tinted curls spilling over the—

    The Devil Wears Plaid

  • All eyes fall on the copper-tinted trophy that was purchased five years before in a hardware store for $19.99.

    Why Fantasy Football Matters

  • Arithelli sat upon her trunk, which she considered cleaner than the chairs, and watched the process, her green eyes assuming a curious veiled expression, a hank of copper-tinted hair falling upon her shoulders.

    The Hippodrome

  • Her fine head was topped with a great wavy mass of the deepest copper-tinted hair, perfectly wonderful hair, which glinted and flashed with every turn of the girl's head, and rolled back from a broad forehead white and clear as milk.

    Peggy Stewart: Navy Girl at Home

  • The French oyster is a small, copper-tinted proposition, and he tastes something like an indisposed mussel and something like a touch of biliousness; but he is sufficiently costly for all purposes.

    Europe Revised

  • Her fresh, breezy beauty astonished me; could this laughing, gray-eyed girl with her silky, copper-tinted hair be the same slender, grave young Countess whom I had known in Alsace -- this incarnation of all that is wholesome and sweet and winning in woman?

    The Maids of Paradise

  • "So you believe you've got that wisp of copper-tinted hair tucked up snugly?" asked Selwyn, amused.

    The Younger Set

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