gold-and-brown love

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  • He gave me the most heartbreaking gaze with those pretty gold-and-brown eyes of his.

    The Exorsistah: X Returns

  • _A steak_ "from the grill" -- undoubtedly a steak -- tender, juicy, red, with "chipped" potatoes, lying in long gold-and-brown fingers around it.

    "Contemptible", by "Casualty"

  • Maggie, one day, long before, and under her own attendance precisely, had, for the glory of the name she bore, paid a visit to one of the ampler shrines of the supreme exhibitory temple, an alcove of shelves charged with the gold-and-brown, gold-and - ivory, of old Italian bindings and consecrated to the records of the Prince's race.

    The Golden Bowl — Complete

  • Maggie, one day, long before, and under her own attendance precisely, had, for the glory of the name she bore, paid a visit to one of the ampler shrines of the supreme exhibitory temple, an alcove of shelves charged with the gold-and-brown, gold-and - ivory, of old Italian bindings and consecrated to the records of the Prince's race.

    The Golden Bowl — Complete

  • Maggie, one day, long before, and under her own attendance precisely, had, for the glory of the name she bore, paid a visit to one of the ampler shrines of the supreme exhibitory temple, an alcove of shelves charged with the gold-and-brown, gold-and - ivory, of old Italian bindings and consecrated to the records of the Prince's race.

    The Golden Bowl — Volume 2

  • We had but skirted the old gold-and-brown walls of Castel Fusano, where the massive Chigi tower and the immemorial stone-pines and the afternoon sky and the desolate sweetness and concentrated rarity of the picture all kept their appointment, to fond memory, with that especial form of Roman faith, the fine aesthetic conscience in things, that is never, never broken.

    Italian Hours

  • Maggie, one day, long before, and under her own attendance precisely, had, for the glory of the name she bore, paid a visit to one of the ampler shrines of the supreme exhibitory temple, an alcove of shelves charged with the gold-and-brown, gold-and - ivory, of old Italian bindings and consecrated to the records of the Prince's race.

    The Golden Bowl — Volume 2

  • Maggie, one day, long before, and under her own attendance precisely, had, for the glory of the name she bore, paid a visit to one of the ampler shrines of the supreme exhibitory temple, an alcove of shelves charged with the gold-and-brown, gold-and - ivory, of old Italian bindings and consecrated to the records of the Prince's race.

    The Golden Bowl — Volume 2

  • Maggie, one day, long before, and under her own attendance precisely, had, for the glory of the name she bore, paid a visit to one of the ampler shrines of the supreme exhibitory temple, an alcove of shelves charged with the gold-and-brown, gold-and - ivory, of old Italian bindings and consecrated to the records of the Prince's race.

    The Golden Bowl — Complete

  • One afternoon he was lounging in the Parks, gazing with surprise on one of those extraordinary lights for which the neighbourhood of Oxford is at that season celebrated, and which, as the sun went down, was colouring Marston, Elsfield, and their half-denuded groves with a pale gold-and-brown hue, when he found himself overtaken and addressed by the said Freeborn _in propriâ personâ_.

    Loss and Gain The Story of a Convert

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