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  • Fratelli Guzzini, makers of plastic trays and kitchen items, made the colors of the Italian flag the theme of their entire Milan store and had an accidental hit on their hands with their limited-edition green-and-red plastic magazine (€80) and umbrella stands (€120).

    Made in Italy

  • The man in the doorway wore a green uniform with red epaulets, and behind him was a dark, grim room with the green-and-red flag of Turkmenistan hanging on the wall.

    The Omega Theory

  • There are glimpses of the past, like the East West Bank branch office 743 Washington St., a green-and-red marvel of curved eaves plunked down between two resolutely Western structures.

    PHOTOS: A Feast For All Senses In San Francisco's Chinatown

  • Cyclists, tourists and the occasional jogger stood out in the sea of Boy Scout troops wearing tan shirts, green shorts and thick green-and-red socks -- some rolled hastily down to their ankles.

    Boy Scouts march to celebrate 100 years of service

  • The past week we've eaten deep purple eggplants and bright pink brandywine tomatoes, yellow summer squash and green-and-red striped beans.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Through the SnugMug.com site, I am late in noticing an item on the New York magazine site saying the grand old green-and-red neon artwork had turned up in a Chelsea antique store.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • He looked the same as he had on the ledge, the same as he always did in his green-and-red plaid, his auburn hair a bit too long.

    My Devilish Scotsman

  • Occasionally, the mists cleared, revealing the green-and-red tiled arches of the roof.

    The Vesuvius Club

  • “Matt and I can take care of the rest,” said Sarah, who had somehow found time to change earlier, and now wore a green-and-red plaid apron over her dress.

    The Quilter's Legacy

  • The green-and-red goal-row that surrounded the playing surface could be threatened by any piece, but only the Fisher could move onto it.

    The Path of Daggers

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