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  • And for those with a taste for shimmering, silver-toned sopranos, the ravishing selection here includes no less than Hilde Gueden, Graziella Sciutti, Evelyn Lear, Pilar Lorengar, Lucia Popp and Ingeborg Hallstein.

    New DVDs let you savor 1960s Salzburg Festival productions of Mozart operas

  • Several years ago a friend gave me a Bar Master -- a faux flask in silver-toned plastic housing a computerized database of drinks.

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  • I never used it much, perhaps because I have a horror of carrying faux flasks of silver-toned plastic.

    Just Add iPhone and Stir: Apps for Mixologists

  • The first Coromandel Striped Gecko, a handsome, silver-toned male quite different from the brown, almost wood-grained specimens that followed, was found "about 300 yards" from the latest discovery.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Just about no one who's heard "El Nino" has been able to resist its house-rocking rhythms and its rich variety of melodies and textures: from the astringent medieval harmonies of a trio of countertenors to the lush, operatic outpourings of its two Marys, the silver-toned lyric soprano Dawn Upshaw and the golden-toned mezzo Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, to a heaven-shaking adult chorus and an achingly gentle chorus of children.

    BIRTH OF A BREAKTHROUGH

  • The girl, who was really pretty, came forward with timid modesty, and, apparently unconscious that she was doing anything uncommon, pronounced the benediction in a silver-toned voice, and with affecting simplicity — her cheek colouring just so much as to show that on a less solemn occasion she would have felt more embarrassed.

    Redgauntlet

  • The Marine's mother caressed her boy's bare, silver-toned casket, her knees nearly buckling under the burden of her grief.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • The Marine's mother caressed her boy's bare, silver-toned casket, her knees nearly buckling under the burden of her grief.

    Recent Deaths

  • Most women collect costume jewelry: gold-and silver-toned earrings, bracelets and necklaces, plus items of faddish interest such as ethnic beads and chunky bracelets, pins, coral or amber strands, turquoise and silver.

    “I Don’t Have a Thing to Wear”

  • Most women collect costume jewelry: gold-and silver-toned earrings, bracelets and necklaces, plus items of faddish interest such as ethnic beads and chunky bracelets, pins, coral or amber strands, turquoise and silver.

    “I Don’t Have a Thing to Wear”

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