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  • Turquoise can be blue-green or green-blue, called peacock as well.

    The Cornucopia List « Colleen Anderson

  • She still does—for Tiffany, in the trademark green-blue color; for the fashion designer Elie Tahari 's SoHo store, mimicking his minimalist aesthetic.

    Tiny Reasons for Hope

  • Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal The kitchen's floors are heated and the green-blue marble counter 'looks like a satellite image of the earth,' said Ms. Wilder.

    Upper West Side Escape

  • Or pearl-topped street lamps against green-brown trees, green-blue grass against a satin mist of summer fog, sky so gray a bird flitting through it makes a silent black & white movie.

    For my friend Anonymous

  • Winnie had dyed her naturally chocolate hair black, and bought some hazel contact lenses to hide her vibrant green-blue eyes.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Winnie had dyed her naturally chocolate hair black, and bought some hazel contact lenses to hide her vibrant green-blue eyes.

    Winnie lives

  • The blackcurrant is about to flower, and the raspberries 'canes are rising above their green-blue leaves.

    Groundwork: Chicory that's rad

  • Their world turns green-blue with bubbles everywhere.

    OVERBOARD !

  • The ducks were black, not the shimmering green-blue or brown of the ones back home.

    In the Fullness of Time

  • They had crossed a wooded valley and come far enough that the deep green-blue expanse of sea could no longer be seen, far enough that the air no longer held a faint mud and salt tang.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

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