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  • His green-brown eyes lit up in delighted satisfaction.

    Dog of the Day

  • The tales of the leprechauns and the goblins, the warlocks and the selkies; of the many inhabitants of this rich green-brown land.

    Gretel by Firelight, Part I

  • The green-brown powder made from salt, sumac, sesame seeds, and the dried leaves of various herbs known as zaatar and other ingredients depending on region.

    Day of Honey

  • 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

  • An aerial tour by helicopter Saturday morning near the local airport here showed a dead zone of small planes, helicopters and cars strewn half-submerged in green-brown water.

    Quake, Tsunami Slam Japan

  • An aerial tour by helicopter Saturday morning near the local airport here showed a dead zone of small planes, helicopters and cars strewn half-submerged in green-brown water.

    Relief Effort Continues as Nuclear Worries Loom

  • It happened so quickly that his curious green-brown eyes had only begun to widen, his lungs to draw that final breath.

    Fire The Sky

  • The green-brown powder made from salt, sumac, sesame seeds, and the dried leaves of various herbs known as zaatar and other ingredients depending on region.

    Day of Honey

  • It happened so quickly that his curious green-brown eyes had only begun to widen, his lungs to draw that final breath.

    Fire The Sky

  • An aerial tour by helicopter Saturday morning near the local airport showed a dead zone of small planes, helicopters and cars strewn half-submerged in green-brown water.

    Quake, Tsunami Slam Japan

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