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  • Along the walls were many tables with pink-shaded lights, and a resplendent head-waiter stood haughtily at the entrance.

    Dear Carl

  • I was left sitting in the eerily quiet pink-shaded room.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • I was left sitting in the eerily quiet pink-shaded room.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Then the storming lights of down-town; parked cars with ruby tail-lights; white arched entrances to movie theaters, like frosty mouths of winter caves; electric signs — serpents and little dancing men of fire; pink-shaded globes and scarlet jazz music in a cheap up-stairs dance-hall; lights of Chinese restaurants, lanterns painted with cherry-blossoms and with pagodas, hung against lattices of lustrous gold and black.


  • She saw the palms as a jungle, the pink-shaded electric globes as an opaline haze, and the eye-glassed faculty as

    Main Street

  • The bright gleam of the silver, the glitter of glass, and the perfume of flowers, all collected under the subdued crimson glow of a pink-shaded lamp, which hung from the ceiling, could not but give him a pleasurable sensation.

    The Mystery of a Hansom Cab

  • And there were several chairs which matched, but were none of them comfortable, and a pink-shaded lamp with blackbirds painted on it and an atmosphere of other stifled pink throughout.

    Flappers and Philosophers

  • Gostrey, between the pink-shaded candles, had struck him as requiring so many explanations.

    The Ambassadors

  • She switched on a pink-shaded, pink-fringed standard lamp.

    Death of a Scriptwriter

  • In the becoming light of pink-shaded lamps Beatrice drank a glass and got up willingly enough to dance.

    Hilltop Tryst


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