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  • But even more than Lawton's storytelling skill, it's his gray-toned vision of postwar London that unifies the work.

    Review of "A Lily of the Field," a thriller by John Lawton

  • "My palate is so present in my head, it's like hearing music notes in my mind," she said, hustling around her gray-toned dining room.

    The Illusionist of French Gastronomy

  • As they passed one gray-toned fortress of a home built completely of stone, Isobel thought she could make out tiny faces set into the facade, their mouths open in an O shape, their eyebrows angled down in fearsome scowls.

    Nevermore

  • As they passed one gray-toned fortress of a home built completely of stone, Isobel thought she could make out tiny faces set into the facade, their mouths open in an O shape, their eyebrows angled down in fearsome scowls.

    Nevermore

  • As they passed one gray-toned fortress of a home built completely of stone, Isobel thought she could make out tiny faces set into the facade, their mouths open in an O shape, their eyebrows angled down in fearsome scowls.

    Nevermore

  • Five gray-toned weavings made by Korot herself hang in combination facing five video monitors.

    Beryl Korot.

  • I am 33, and I wear mostly gray-toned or khaki suits to work most days here in Atlanta, where it can really get hot.

    The Value of a Black Suit

  • SUSAN STONE: When he lived in Berlin, 31-year-old photographer Juergen Horn (ph) took lots of gray-toned images of the graffiti-covered crumbling eastern part of the city.

    Germans Emigrate to Other Nations at Record Pace

  • Little, Brown Lev wore a leather jacket and jeans and a leather cap pulled low over his eyes, and his handsome face was gray-toned from his smoking, and in his hands he clutched an old red cotton handkerchief and a dented pack of Russian cigarettes.

    'The Road Home'

  • Camille A. Brown's "The Groove to Nobody's Business" uses some Ray Charles music and is attractively set with gray-toned backgrounds (by J. Weise) of cityscape exteriors and subway interiors, but its presentation of mostly rowdy commuters is one-note hyperactive and wears out its sight-gag impact almost immediately.

    Two Modern Dance Revivals

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