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  • The dawn showed off one of those fragrant, polished days so rare in Wyoming, windless and fresh-washed.

    Bird Cloud

  • The dawn showed off one of those fragrant, polished days so rare in Wyoming, windless and fresh-washed.

    Bird Cloud

  • His face had been fresh-washed, or, rather, drenched, for his shirt and shoulders were wet.

    CHAPTER XVIII

  • The dawn showed off one of those fragrant, polished days so rare in Wyoming, windless and fresh-washed.

    Bird Cloud

  • The dawn showed off one of those fragrant, polished days so rare in Wyoming, windless and fresh-washed.

    Bird Cloud

  • I am bound to say, though, that never have I had a softer bed or a better sleep than that I finally fell into that night, on a yielding bag of fresh-washed wool.

    Wicked Will

  • I am bound to say, though, that never have I had a softer bed or a better sleep than that I finally fell into that night, on a yielding bag of fresh-washed wool.

    Wicked Will

  • He would put on a fresh-washed kurta and take me by the hand up the hill so we could “pay our respects” to the powerful politicians.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey

  • He would put on a fresh-washed kurta and take me by the hand up the hill so we could “pay our respects” to the powerful politicians.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey

  • He would put on a fresh-washed kurta and take me by the hand up the hill so we could “pay our respects” to the powerful politicians.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey

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