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  • A skinny middle-aged man in a kelly green suit, open-necked lime green shirt, and stacked-heel oxblood patent oxfords sat in the middle of it, tuning an electric guitar.

    Over the Edge

  • I ran into a model friend of mine named Lynn who was wearing all lime green Stephen Sprouse.

    Follow the Model

  • Strands the colors of candy pink, robin's-egg blue, and lime green stuck up in stiff spikes from her scalp.

    The Trouble with Witches

  • The word SHERIFF had 'been painted in glossy black on lime green plaster.

    Blood Test

  • About five minutes later she showed up at the door wearing lime green biking shorts, black patent-leather ankle boots, and a short, white zebra-patterned jacket trimmed with black fur.

    THIS IS ME FROM NOW ON

  • The center burners came up to the bottom button on her too-tight lime green blouse.

    Undead and Unworthy

  • The carpeting was lime green and purple striped — the bedspread one the Amazon huntress lollygagged on in Song of the Pampas.

    The Big Nowhere

  • I glance down at my lime green tank top and matching green-and-pink boy shorts, my standard sleeping attire.

    Disenchanted Princess

  • Fresh from his game and his shower, dressed in lime green shorts and a tailored white shirt, Roncoroni was hospitable but unsmiling, long on eye contact and short on warmth, a 4-handicap golfer whose family had been associated with the course since before the war, and who had entertained kings, queens, princes, an American member named George Clooney, and various Milanese big shots.

    The Italian Summer

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