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  • Given that I can't deal with codeine, and can't drink tea without spilling, I think my version would be wearing lacy once-white shirts and tylenol.

    A Hungry Smell (funded!)

  • Half-an-hour later Toby rolls up in a dented, once-white truck.

    Dakota

  • Rather, the worn organic colors of the ancient earth and stone of which the city is composed, the colors of limestone, the ruddy gray of tufa, the warm discoloration of once-white marble and the speckled, rich surface of the marble known as pavonazzo, dappled with white spots and inclusions like the fat in a slice of mortadella.

    The Forever City

  • He lay on his side, his head awkwardly positioned on a once-white pillow.

    Ballardian » “Driven by Anger”: An Interview with Michael Butterworth (the Savoy interviews, part 1)

  • The once-white linoleum is punctuated with spatter and curling photographs of customers who hold the same bumper sticker in front of various distant landmarks.

    Wings

  • Her once-white shirt was now covered in dirt, and she knew her hair must have been bigger than a garden shrub.

    The Lost Children

  • Her once-white shirt was now covered in dirt, and she knew her hair must have been bigger than a garden shrub.

    The Lost Children

  • Her once-white shirt was now covered in dirt, and she knew her hair must have been bigger than a garden shrub.

    The Lost Children

  • As the Gulf gusher neared the record, Hurricane Alex whipped oil-filled waves onto the Gulf Coast's once-white beaches.

    BP Oil Spill Nears Record As Largest In Gulf History

  • As the Gulf gusher neared the record, Hurricane Alex whipped oil-filled waves onto the Gulf Coast's once-white beaches.

    BP Oil Spill Nears Record As Largest In Gulf History

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