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  • Every Friday, thousands of spectators gather at the city's buzkashi field, eating red-dyed hard-boiled eggs and sharing bags of opium and joints of hashish.

    In Afghanistan's National Pastime, It's Better to Be a Hero Than a Goat

  • Every Friday, thousands of spectators gather at the city's buzkashi field, eating red-dyed hard-boiled eggs and sharing bags of opium and hashish joints.

    Afghanistan's 'Goat Grabbing' Game

  • Charlotte complains about her fussy second child and breaks down when her eldest kid plants red-dyed hands on her white vintage designer dress (who bakes cupcakes in white gowns?).

    Shallow Gals

  • After filling the unit with red-dyed water, Tom squatted in front of the glass window in the pump model to view the flow through the kicker.

    I, TOO, DREAM....

  • Charlotte complains about her fussy second child and breaks down when her eldest kid plants red-dyed hands on her white vintage designer dress (who bakes cupcakes in white gowns?).

    Shallow Gals

  • Then, to make sure we get it, Snyder actually pans back to the door so we can see red-dyed corn syrup pouring out into the hallway.

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • She's touching her red lipstick, her red-dyed hair.

    Man on the Moon

  • If only I could show you my senior high school picture of me with red-dyed permed hair.

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  • It must be an American thing but as an Australian I can't really wrap my head around a red-dyed chocolate cake.

    Giving thanks on Thanksgiving for cupcakes

  • Together with Kerchoven, Gluck and an associate, Julienne, supplied red-dyed wools to the compagnies rouges (musketeers) of Louis XIV.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

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