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  • Miss Fortini also insisted that she should lose more weight and brought in a small pink-coloured razor for her and told her that she need not return it.

    Brooklyn

  • Miss Fortini also insisted that she should lose more weight and brought in a small pink-coloured razor for her and told her that she need not return it.

    Brooklyn

  • Miss Fortini also insisted that she should lose more weight and brought in a small pink-coloured razor for her and told her that she need not return it.

    Brooklyn

  • I went back to the counter The official had, however, shut the window and was still sitting where he was before now sorting some pink-coloured cards, while a cardboard notice by the window said: "CLOSED".

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • A thin, loose garment of pink-coloured silk made the principal part of her vestments, with Oriental slippers, into which she had hastily thrust her bare feet, and a scarf hurriedly and loosely thrown about her shoulders.

    The Talisman

  • Those 2 colours drive the girls mad; the first version didn't come in those beautiful hues, unless you were into that nauseating bright pink-coloured one.

    babycartercl Diary Entry

  • The type that go squeezing with a hell lot of squealing girls into a pink-coloured toilet-cubicle sized shop to take cute, lil neoprints. * shakes head in sadness* I did not believe it would end up this way.

    whiteplum Diary Entry

  • The common shopkeeper, who walks about the whole year in his short gown, with a napkin round his loins, appears in a pink-coloured benish, lined with satin, a gold-embroidered turban,

    Travels in Arabia

  • The material worked was evidently the pink-coloured and silver-scaled micaceous schist; but there was also a whitish quartz, rich in geodes and veinlets of dark-brown and black dust.

    The Land of Midian

  • Fiery landscapes, purple seascapes, fat naked women with pink-coloured knees and elbows, and “The Kiss” by

    Virgin Soil

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