gold-and-white love


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  • I add ginger to the glistening gold-and-white delight, but if you prefer, you can substitute the more traditional raisins, lemon zest, vanilla and cinnamon.

    Nostalgic for Nursery Pudding

  • Praying and singing hymns in several languages, the congregation waved gold-and-white Vatican flags as they waited for Pope Benedict to arrive.

    Catholic Relief Services: Jerusalem the Golden

  • She led the way across the thick-piled carpeting to a pair of large divans upholstered in gold-and-white brocade that faced each other before a fireplace.

    Sudden Rain

  • During the winter of 1898-99, her first in Paris, Lizzie reveled in her new freedom and the elegance of her gold-and-white drawing room.

    The Five of Hearts

  • Finally everyone agreed that she could wear a gold-and-white dress under the Order of the Garter robe.

    Annie Gets Her Shot

  • If self-denial be so noble, so sublime, what, pray, of my joy, sheltered by the gold-and-white canopy of the church, and witnessed by the hand and seal of the most sour-faced of mayors?

    Letters of Two Brides

  • This pickup was purchased by Gary Ridgway on 4/16/84 and occasionally had a gold-and-white 8-foot camper on it.

    The Riverman

  • He was sweet-tempered and beautiful: light gold, with gold-and-white feathering on his legs, soft snow-white flags on his butt, and a lush tail.

    Excerpt: False Memory by Dean Koontz

  • A gold-and-white banner over the main door proclaimed, 'One Faith, One Family.'

    Violets Are Blue

  • In front of his house stood a tall, gold-and-white horse, head-down and streaked with sweat.

    The Covenant of the Forge


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