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  • The kid drops his gear, screams, runs onto the dock and into the orange-tinted darkness.

    Monkeytown prologue/chapter first

  • Mr. Wade, who was wearing orange-tinted glasses to protect himself from the migraines, scored a masterful 34 points, with 33 of them coming in the first three quarters.

    Knicks Catch Fire Late

  • Syracuse bounded onto the court for its pre-game warmup brandishing its "New York's College Team" shirts to cheers from the orange-tinted Madison Square Garden crowd.

    St. John's Falls Short

  • Huzi, the young vendor with orange-tinted spiky hair, said he has never had a customer come back and complain.

    'Gray market' for counterfeit gadgets is red hot in China

  • BEIJING -- China's capital woke up to orange-tinted skies Saturday as the strongest sandstorm so far this year hit the country's north, delaying some flights at Beijing's airport and prompting a dust warning for Seoul.

    Sandstorm Blankets Beijing

  • She shoved her orange-tinted glasses up on top of her head and glanced around at the blackness.

    Deadly Promises

  • Her eyes were closed, and her orange-tinted face wore a blissful expression.

    At First Sight

  • One Thai teenager with orange-tinted hair turned up late for the first session and confessed to the group he had been out partying until 4 a.m.

    Youth in Asia Go to Wealth Camp

  • A lot of us spent time Monday watching an orange-tinted A-Rod offering a rehearsed, three-quarters honest, meager culpa on ESPN.

    Jon Greenberg: A-Fraud? Nah, He's as Real as His Tan

  • On Tuesday Lieberman launched an ad depicting the sun low in the sky over an orange-tinted ocean as a female narrator says softly: "Joe Lieberman thought you might enjoy a break from Ned Lamont's negative attacks."

    CT-SEN: Sunrise Or Sunset In Lieberman's New Ad?


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