orange-and-white love

orange-and-white

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  • Moving past him briskly, the memory of a blue T-shirt with orange-and-white script lettering being sold by a River Avenue street vendor came to me.

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  • This orange-and-white tabby loves to climb on your shoulders.

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  • The orange-and-white stripe on the shoulders drew special praise.

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  • An orange-and-white cat skirted past and ran down the hallway.

    Bodily Harm

  • She pushed in, using her foot to keep her orange-and-white tabby from darting down the hall.

    Bodily Harm

  • A mile in, at a wide-open spot between two fields, the ribbon stretched across the road, tied in bows to orange-and-white cones.

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  • And a sharp jolt of black patent leather, on your feet or with a skinny belt, would make the orange-and-white really sing.

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  • A slim Chinese girl lowered herself to her knees next to the remaining orange-and-white kitten, which immediately got up and approached her.

    Born to Bark

  • A few moments later he emerged again, carrying an orange-and-white striped kitten that he dropped next to its littermate, also alive and unharmed.

    Born to Bark

  • I arrived home to find a chubby bundle of orange-and-white kitten staring up at me as if to say, “Here I am, figure out how to take care of me!”

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