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  • Their temptation was squashed after they saw the gray-drab barbarism of real-world communism.

    The Last of His Kind

  • He gently kicked a little pebble from the dingy gray-drab of the asphalt on to the permanent way.

    The History of Sir Richard Calmady A Romance

  • And those same rose-crimson splendours found repetition upon the narrow, polished surface of the many lines of rails, causing them to stand out, as though of red-hot metal, from the undeterminate gray-drab of the track where it curved away, southeastward, across the darkening country towards the Savoy

    The History of Sir Richard Calmady A Romance


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