pink-and-white love

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  • Here too can be found the pretty pink-and-white striped sea bindweed.

    Country diary: Eriskay

  • And ashore in San Francisco and through its streets stepped and rode a little old man, sixty-five years of age, well preserved, with a pink-and-white complexion and a bald spot on his head the size of an apple.

    Goliah

  • SAN MATEO—Clad in a pink-and-white dress and hot-pink heels and seated on a light-pink armchair, Jesse Draper fixed her gaze on Bill Clerico, chief executive of online payments start-up WePay Inc.

    'Valley Girl' Shakes Up Tech Interviews

  • Over her dress was a soft cape made of pink-and-white cotton candy.

    Magic Hearts

  • Over her dress was a soft cape made of pink-and-white cotton candy.

    Magic Hearts

  • He just held the back gate open as in my brief, new pink-and-white bathers swimsuit or trunks or togs or swimmers to others, bucket of water slapping at my side, I charged down the driveway.

    A Free Rinse

  • Over her dress was a soft cape made of pink-and-white cotton candy.

    Magic Hearts

  • Guess how old I am by the presents I got for my 16th: a pink-and-white striped tube top, Pink Floyd's "The Wall," and two perfectly rolled joints.

    Super sweet

  • Over her dress was a soft cape made of pink-and-white cotton candy.

    Magic Hearts

  • Think about that for a moment: Pauline Fossil, those of you who know Streatfeild's books will recall, is the epitome of a certain type of blonde, pink-and-white prettiness.

    mrissa: They'll put it on my tombstone: "The book was better."

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