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  • Both are clad in ancient-looking limestone siding and topped with red-clay roof tiles imported from France.

    Winery Living in Napa Valley

  • As the helicopter landed, it stirred up clouds of red-clay dust.

    Burial for a King

  • My favorites were the woods near one of my childhood apartments, where an abandoned construction site had left an unnatural clearing dominated by an ancient oak tree, and a big red-clay gulley near my middle school.

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  • As the helicopter landed, it stirred up clouds of red-clay dust.

    Burial for a King

  • As the helicopter landed, it stirred up clouds of red-clay dust.

    Burial for a King

  • To that end, both the 3,000-square-foot, three-bedroom house and the 16,000-square-foot winery are clad in ancient-looking limestone siding and topped with red-clay roof tiles imported from France.

    In Napa, Blending a House and Winery

  • As the helicopter landed, it stirred up clouds of red-clay dust.

    Burial for a King

  • My people, James and Christine, come from the red-clay hills of Georgia.

    Obama Voters Moved By Historic Vote

  • Lost to history for centuries before the British explorer Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles "discovered" them in the early 1800s, the temples are mostly of red-clay brick, with reliefs that provide clues about Majapahit society.

    Trowulan: Indonesia's Ancient Empire

  • We'd gone no more than a mile when we saw both Claudia and Shirley, shoes in hand, trudging wearily on the red-clay road toward town.

    R.I.P.

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