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  • The feather-light palate is alive with citrusy acidity -- more than many 2007s -- that more than balances the. 9% residual sugar.

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  • The feather-light palate is alive with citrusy acidity -- more than many 2007s -- that more than balances the. 9% residual sugar.

    Lenn Thompson

  • Egg whites, gently folded in at the end, transform the batter into something feather-light.

    Golden Corn Cakes With Citrus Greens

  • The feather-light palate is alive with citrusy acidity -- more than many 2007s -- that more than balances the. 9% residual sugar.

    Tasting Notes

  • A feather-light touch brushed my shin and I gazed down absently, then looked away and shuddered.

    Brush of Darkness

  • Britta Pedersen/European Pressphoto Agency 39-year-old Alina Botea's punchy firefly collection also included a few lower-key pieces, including this pale lime shirt with hot-pink silk piping and feather-light gauze.

    Berlin Fashion Week

  • I paused, tipping my face up to the sky, enjoying the feather-light kisses of snowflakes falling against my cheeks.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Our five-month-old puppy, Braise, was sleeping beneath the table, her leash attached to the leg of a feather-light bistro chair when the drama began.

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  • White bread was transformed into shokupan, a Platonic ideal of fluffiness, aerated and feather-light in a way that made Wonder Bread seem dense.

    Made Better in Japan

  • A feather-light touch brushed my shin and I gazed down absently, then looked away and shuddered.

    Brush of Darkness

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