green-and-blue love


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  • In coordination with Obama's visit Thursday, the Deeds campaign re-launched their Web site, abandoning their green-and-blue color scheme in favor of a sleek Obama-esque blue-and-white layout.

    Campaigner in Chief back on the trail

  • A contrasting highlight will be a magical painting from 1963 by French Pop master Martial Raysse depicting a ghostlike portrait of a woman, with a pink face and a powder puff over one eye, emerging from a psychedelic green-and-blue background estimate: £350,000-£450,000.

    A Frenzy of Contemporary Art

  • Wu Weikang, 67, was standing in his thick green-and-blue plaid pajamas outside his house on a chilly afternoon.

    Shanghai prepares world's fair while wondering about costs

  • "D.C. Water and Sewer Authority" will remain its corporate moniker, but its public face will involve a green-and-blue "dc" paired with a stylized waterdrop and the agency's new slogan: "water is life."

    Goodbye D.C. WASA; hello 'D.C. Water'

  • Right now the scheme is green-and-blue (we are still in summer).

    Corner Spot

  • He was dressed in a suit of brown tweed, a green-and-blue tie loosely knotted around his throat.

    The Book Of Spells

  • You should wear the green-and-blue to the party tonight, Taylor said, donning a pair of rhinestone-rimmed sunglasses.

    Paradise Lost

  • I was wearing the green-and-blue dress with a pair of subtle gold sandals and a gold cuff bracelet Noelle had leant me.

    Paradise Lost

  • It was made out of a beautiful green-and-blue silk print that perfectly evoked the ocean outside the shops windows.

    Paradise Lost

  • On the desk was a big clear plastic jar of green-and-blue candy sticks, each striped stick wrapped in cellophane.

    Rain Gods


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