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  • It glows red-gold in the warmth of the heat lamps and I watch it shift under my gaze as the baby tests its tiny world, waiting to see its mother when it wakes.

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  • The poet's description of Adam's hair "clustering but not beneath his shoulders broad" matches up with the picture's luxuriant red-gold curls; and Eve's "unadorned golden tresses," which she wears "as a veil down to the slender waist" is another perfect match.

    Robust Genius in the North

  • Cool and classic, this Jaquet Droz pocket watch has an ivory enamel dial with numerals arranged in a figure eight and a red-gold case.

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  • And then a deer, a many-pronged buck, the sun flashing red-gold from neck and shoulders, cleared the crest of the ridge before us and was gone.

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  • And pausing in the middle of the bridge, the river red-gold from the rays of the dying winter sun, Peter offered up a brief prayer to a God he no longer believed in.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • The Balm of Gilead leaned over the desk, her eyes blazing red-gold in the lantern light.

    Shadow Chase

  • Light flared along the edge of the frame, dark against the red-gold air.

    Shadow Chase

  • Gabriel ran his hand through his pretty red-gold hair.

    Haunted Honeymoon

  • Its red-gold surface was grooved and rough, like hardened, living corduroy.


  • She toyed with a long lock of red-gold hair that had come loose from her coif while she considered the situation.

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