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The dinner served to guests, which started with a green- bean salad and moved onto that Cipriani branzino that you can usually request as a substitute for steak, was pointedly healthy.
It happened in a basement room, filled with ancient, yellow-eyed, turkey-fleshed old people who expressed their disdain for Charles with their green- and rust-colored sputum.
He was a handsome man, she thought to herself, with rich, auburn-colored hair and more green- than hazel-colored eyes.
Democrats object to a proposed $1.5 billion cut in a green- technology auto-loan program to offset some of the cost of the disaster assistance.
In Pep’s hand were three red-, green-, and white-striped candies.