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  • On Tuesday, the defendant wore a black skullcap and a steel-gray tunic embroidered with gold and silver materials.

    Underwear-Bomb Witness: 'Your Pants Are on Fire!'

  • Keeping his arm around David, Olam led him across the room, stepping toward the large steel-gray cabinet.

    The Omega Theory

  • A tall man, with a gravelly voice, steel-gray hair, and eyes that can radiate great joy and deep sadness, Vaillant blends the regal bearing of his old-money ancestors, the emotional directness of his psychiatric colleagues, and a genial absentmindedness.

    What Makes Us Happy?

  • Perfect! pure tungsten is a steel-gray to tin-white metal.

    Reader Makes Periodic Table Of Superheroics - Geekologie

  • A tall man, with a gravelly voice, steel-gray hair, and eyes that can radiate great joy and deep sadness, Vaillant blends the regal bearing of his old-money ancestors, the emotional directness of his psychiatric colleagues, and a genial absentmindedness.

    What Makes Us Happy?

  • The show is the first to use the gallery's two New York addresses at once: the giant, along with a labyrinth created from 200,000 stacked paintbrushes in an adjoining room, occupies one location; a huge steel-gray bird made from nails, some 6 feet long, sits in a recently opened art space down the street in the former Bungalow 8 nightclub.

    What's a 90-Foot New Yorker Doing in a Place Like This?

  • Looking out my window here early Saturday morning, I see a very gray sky, trees a remarkable palette of reds, oranges and yellows and a steel-gray sea.

    franc - French Word-A-Day

  • Just as daylight laid its steel-gray fingers on the parchment window, Jacob Kent awoke.

    THE MAN WITH THE GASH

  • Will Ryman/Paul Kasmin Gallery Will Ryman's huge steel-gray 'Bird,' a work in progress, is made from nails and is part of his New York show.

    What's a 90-Foot New Yorker Doing in a Place Like This?

  • She was frowning, and what little he could see of her eyes was cold and steel-gray.

    Amateur Night

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