peach-coloured love

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  • Amy is petite with a beehive and wears peach-coloured twin sets and pencil skirts.

    Grace Dent's TV OD

  • For answer, she inserted one long, white finger, the nail lacquered lemon yellow, into her mouth, pulled back a gleaming peach-coloured lip, and showed him her flawless incisors and molars.

    Portobello

  • There were other pieces, too: an especially beautiful punch suede peach-coloured frock, a voluminous cobweb maxi dress, a lairy lurex bikini.

    No sign of Kate, but even without its muse Topshop's new look attracts star quality

  • There was a peach-coloured cloth and napkins on the breakfast table, palely echoing the heavy curtains drawn back from the window.

    Politics 101

  • “Rem acu, once again,” said Sir Piercie; and not without good cause, since my neck, if I remained, might have been brought within the circumstances of a halter — and so speedy was my journey northward, that I had but time to exchange my peach-coloured doublet of

    The Monastery

  • You can see from the background (with the peach-coloured beam) that the worker is just below the exit from the wreckage, from which point the girl's body was extracted.

    Part 4 - Act 2: The Red Cross workers

  • This time he is a few steps forward, well onto the level ground, still surrounded by cameras, and you can see from the background (with the peach-coloured beam) that he is just below the exit from the wreckage, from which point the girl's body was extracted.

    Lights, Camera, Action!

  • Yeah, this would be a peach-coloured Syrian Hamster.

    i has a karot - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • They named him Shamus, the Gaelic version of James, because they brought him home on St. Patrick's Day and he is peach-coloured.

    Meet Shamus

  • So this was the guy, in his lovely peach-coloured blouse and his pointy-toed Beatle boots, who would teach us to make sushi.

    Archive 2006-11-01

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