red-and-orange love

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Examples

  • "I don't want to carry anything that feels very serious," says Ms. Lepore, who often uses a bright red-and-orange duffel bag with white handles instead.

    Packing Just Enough for a Weekend at the Beach

  • At Maneesh Goyal and Andrew Wingrove 's sprawling, red-and-orange 13th Street loft, salads are a serious subject.

    A Loft Where Salads Go Head to Head

  • His red-and-orange thermal-image tail lashed, and his yellow eyes glared at something above him, out of range of the camera.

    Sparks

  • The screen revealed a soothing red-and-orange image of the salamander in his nest.

    Sparks

  • But that didn't matter to these two men, who were already captivated by her exotic, intense face surrounded by a tangle of raven hair, her ankle boots, a red-and-orange gypsy skirt and a black sleeveless top that showed off hard-earned biceps.

    Forgetfulness

  • The only glow that came through the open door was a dim red-and-orange flickering from the few bits of coal burning in the boiler hearth.

    The Terror

  • That, in turn, led them to billboards in certain cities, such as a large red-and-orange sign in San Francisco that showed a woman planting flowers and listed the Web address chainfactor. com.

    Multimedia Games Create TV-Show Buzz

  • It faced west and now he gazed at the fierce red-and-orange clouds, lit by the vanished sun.

    Garden of Beasts

  • The Jhesta Tu mystic, wearing his traditional red-and-orange robes, drew quite a few stares as he crossed through the Dahdah Oasis to the west of Jacintha.

    Immortalis

  • Some of them were the traditional garish red-and-orange on black fabric, but two were a striking, subtle blend of greens and green-blues on a natural creamy cotton.

    O Jerusalem

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