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  • Whitewashed houses with thatched roofs oversee sheep grazing across deep-green fields enclosed by crumbling stone walls that have stood for centuries.

    The Jig Is Up

  • The rooms are quietly luxurious with leather headboards and baths with deep-green polished-granite walls.

    Andrew Harper's Notebook

  • He paired a deep-green velvet jacket (winter) with a cotton tunic (summer).

    Christie's Goes for the Green

  • Whitewashed houses with thatched roofs oversee sheep grazing across deep-green fields enclosed by crumbling stone walls that have stood for centuries.

    The Jig Is Up

  • Once within the city walls, you can wander through narrow alleyways of houses with white-washed walls and deep-green shutters, and pedal within minutes down to the harbor.

    Freewheeling Around Europe

  • No less delightful to behold is Keith Pitts's set, which looks as though John Singer Sargent's "Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose," with its deep-green foliage and glowing Chinese lanterns, had been brought to life with a magic wand.

    Smile as the Bomb Goes Off

  • No less delightful to behold is Keith Pitts's set, which looks as though John Singer Sargent's "Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose," with its deep-green foliage and glowing Chinese lanterns, had been brought to life with a magic wand.

    Smile as the Bomb Goes Off

  • Whitewashed houses with thatched roofs oversee sheep grazing across deep-green fields enclosed by crumbling stone walls that have stood for centuries.

    The Jig Is Up

  • The deep-green glow, rather than sinew and tendons, held it together.

    Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon

  • Her arms hung loose at her sides, rigid fingers pointing down at the deep-green carpet that contrasted with her rose-colored pumps and matching pantsuit.

    SILENT TRUTH

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