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  • When it comes to corporate colors, brown belongs to United Parcel Service Inc., Owens Corning protects its own shade of pink, and Tiffany & Co. has domain over robin's-egg blue.

    The Red-Sole Case

  • Tillman went through his checklist as Air Force One, a Boeing 747 with its familiar robin's-egg blue belly, idled on the runway at Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport, waiting for the president to board:Double-check the identity of everybody getting on board.

    Air Force One pilot's 9/11 mission: Keep president safe

  • Los Angeles First stop: L.A. On a 70-degree day with robin's-egg skies, my buddy Michael picked me up at LAX and drove me to the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills for the show's opening reception.

    Around the World in Eight Days

  • Oh, and now the sky has changed, to gray smoke over higher clouds still lit fish-scale silver from below, and through those layers chips of robin's-egg blue.

    there is a crack in everything. that's how the light gets in.

  • To the south, a pale robin's-egg blue sky was faintly tinged with pink.

    Lord I Want to See

  • As the sky fades from robin's-egg blue to pale violet, the light slanting across the Little Bighorn casts long shadows behind white markers that stick up like broken bones in the brown grass.

    The Custer Syndrome

  • My eyes almost popped as he pulled out a robin's-egg blue jewelry box.

    Sundays at Tiffany's

  • It doesn't quite capture the charm of Boule's posh robin's-egg blue boutique a few doors up, but the new shop is at least twice as big, and high ceilings and hexagonal tile floors give it an urban feel, with enough pretty touches to carry along the boutique's luxurious style.

    Boule Atelier: Champagne Wishes, Chocolate Dreams

  • Today the two companies have the most distinctive color signatures in retail — Hermès orange and Tiffany robin's-egg blue — but there the similarity ends.

    From Hermes to Eternity

  • I'd go with a robin's-egg blue, I think, or lavender if I looked good in lavender, which I most definitely don't.

    Multitasking. - A Dress A Day

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