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  • Stepping back from the container she was inspecting, Granados reached up to run her free hand through her dark-red hair.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact Paths of Disharmony

  • Stepping back from the container she was inspecting, Granados reached up to run her free hand through her dark-red hair.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact Paths of Disharmony

  • "We're producing these stupid tiles," he said, pointing to the dark-red ceramic floor of a restaurant in a local hotel.

    Ruler of U.A.E.'s Ras al Khaimah Emirate Dies

  • Christine pointed to the dark-red cups on the table.

    The Landscape of Pleasure

  • The GOP controls the redistricting process in the Beehive State, and in such a heavily conservative state, the dark-red district that Matheson holds sticks out like a sore thumb.

    Utah Republicans ponder Matheson's fate

  • On a recent morning at his Bangor home—a dark-red, Gothic-looking house behind a tall metal gate decorated with bats and dragons and a huge spiderweb—he was working on the 12th draft of "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County," a musical he wrote with John Mellencamp that will open in Atlanta next spring.

    Stephen King's New Monster

  • Arsenal FC jerseys is complemented by white shorts with a dark-red trim, and white socks with a red horizontal stripe, Black Nike swoosh/gunners phrase printed on the calf.

    Arsenal 2008-10 home kits

  • James Anderson's love affair with the dark-red Duke continued.

    Return of Ashes spirit can lift England out of post-Pakistan mire

  • Arsenal FC jerseys is complemented by white shorts with a dark-red trim, and white socks with a red horizontal stripe, Black Nike swoosh/gunners phrase printed on the calf.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Did you—? he says, but before he is able to finish his sentence her dark-red lips are upon his own, and he is sinking, sinking, allowing himself for one single moment of self-deception to believe that she might be completely innocent.

    The Investigator

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