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  • Gone were the crowds of lobster-red British and the French people.

    Back to the Middle East: the view from Morocco

  • Gone were the crowds of lobster-red British and the French people.

    Back to the Middle East: the view from Morocco

  • Edgar thus stood on the periphery of the celebration that afternoon and evening, his sunburned, lobster-red face striking against his white dinner jacket.

    Going Home to Glory

  • He tossed his shades on the coffee table, revealing pasty white circles above lobster-red cheeks.

    Unspeakable

  • Clutching the scrapbook to her chest, she turned away, not wanting him to see the lobster-red hue of her face.

    Nevermore

  • He tossed his shades on the coffee table, revealing pasty white circles above lobster-red cheeks.

    Unspeakable

  •  The light in the diner was a dingy yellow, and the seats were that lobster-red vinyl that could only have been installed sometime in the 1950's.

    Wild Dreams of Reality, 6

  • Clutching the scrapbook to her chest, she turned away, not wanting him to see the lobster-red hue of her face.

    Nevermore

  • This year's festival look was all straw hats, lobster-red T-shirt tans and, yes, wellies: the less optimistic punters were still trudging around in them.

    Glastonbury weather: too hot to handle

  • Clutching the scrapbook to her chest, she turned away, not wanting him to see the lobster-red hue of her face.

    Nevermore

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