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  • Meanwhile, Sam's crush Mark Wright (a "nightclub promoter" sprayed the colour of the Mr Men character Mr Strong) swaggers about in an ice-white T-shirt, rosary beads and teal Don Johnson suit jacket, sleeves rolled up, delivering bon mots on how to pull birds.

    Grace Dent's TV OD

  • The buildings are twenty-five years old, but with only three thousand students cycling through them every year, they still look fresh: dusky blond stone topped with horizontal stripes of glazed red brick, and ice-white corridors lined with scarlet doors and yellow lockers.

    SUPERBUG

  • His ice-white firebird sat on his shoulder and regarded the company with a resigned silver-blue eye.

    Widows and Orphans

  • Set in the Ozark mountains in Missouri, where a vast, ice-white sky stretches for miles over a wasteland of barbed wire, burnt-out cars and strip-lit barns, and life is soundtracked by a loop of barking dogs and distant gunshots, Winter's Bone presents as forlorn an atmosphere as any you'll experience in cinemas this year.

    Jennifer Lawrence: a shot of Kentucky spirit

  • Earlier this year at the 2008 Eurocucina show, Italian kitchen manufacturer Snaidero presented the new Kube kitchen model designed by Giovanni Offredi in elm wood, Snaidero has now announced a new version with a gloss ice-white lacquer finish.

    The Kube Kitchen by Giovanni Offredi

  • An onstage-style head-toss made his ice-white hair shimmy as Snow smiled down at me.

    Silver Zombie

  • The buildings are twenty-five years old, but with only three thousand students cycling through them every year, they still look fresh: dusky blond stone topped with horizontal stripes of glazed red brick, and ice-white corridors lined with scarlet doors and yellow lockers.

    SUPERBUG

  • The buildings are twenty-five years old, but with only three thousand students cycling through them every year, they still look fresh: dusky blond stone topped with horizontal stripes of glazed red brick, and ice-white corridors lined with scarlet doors and yellow lockers.

    SUPERBUG

  • “Malik,” he said, and his ice-white blade blazed up like a star.

    Clockwork Angel

  • Sitting in this nineteen-sixties meld of blue and green furniture against silver and ice-white, I let my cloak fall back to swathe the chair behind me and studied the holographic photos of motion picture stars on the wall.

    Dancing with Werewolves

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