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salmon-coloured

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  • Instead, the former Daily Telegraph owner, in blue-grey suit and a salmon-coloured tie, smiled benignly at spectators on public benches.

    Chicago judge tells Conrad Black he cannot leave the US

  • I once made an 80's style shirtdress in a lovely solid salmon-coloured cotton, which needed lots of buttons.

    Shirtdress #3 - A Dress A Day

  • In truth, the texture of that salmon-coloured skin could be seen to be aristocratic without a microscope, and the exceptious artizan has an offhand way when contrasts are made painfully strong by an idler of this kind coming, gloved and brushed, into the very den where he is sweating and muddling in his shirt-sleeves.

    The Hand of Ethelberta

  • He came down and seated himself at the breakfast-table, with a surly scowl on his salmon-coloured bloodshot face, strangling in a tight, cross-barred cravat; his linen and his appointments so perfectly stiff and spotless that everybody at once recognized him as a dear countryman.

    The Book of Snobs

  • At the outbreak the salmon-coloured flames shivered and ducked and then doubled and vanished, and instantly all the staircase was noisily ablaze.

    The History of Mr. Polly

  • West Africa salmon-coloured, rose-pink, darkening pale pink

    1. Wood

  • West and East Africa salmon-coloured, rose-pink, darkening pale pink

    1. Wood

  • Much salmon-coloured hard pottery, mainly platters and flat dishes.

    How to Observe in Archaeology

  • The serpent was very pretty, fully a yard long, black and salmon-coloured, and with a very tapering head and tail.

    Southern Arabia

  • _Agarics_ with salmon-coloured spores are injurious, likewise fungi having a rancid or fetid odour, and an acrid, pungent, peppery taste.

    Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure

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