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  • BECK: Well, as if organic fanny packs and mandatory three-colored meals weren ` t enough to keep me away from Denver, and it was hard, listen to the lineup of speakers for tonight at the convention.

    CNN Transcript Aug 25, 2008

  • * Mezze Penne Tricolore (three-colored halfsize penne pasta) with fried eggplant and tomato sauce, topped with some feta cheese and basil.

    Backdated Bento #22 « Were rabbits

  • Eight settings supply everything from a 75-foot high beam to a three-colored distress strobe to a night-vision option.

    Cool Stuff

  • It was coming on toward sunset; the water had gone three-colored, the waves golden on their swell side and red-golden on their lees, and in the restless space between waves a cerulean blue mirrored the highest sky, untouched by the sunset.


  • Imagine some girl sending us worn-out dresses and this weird three-colored nightie.

    Fleur De Leigh’s Life of Crime

  • He was cutting horses from three-colored prints and was sailing them up the chimney.

    The Grey Cloak

  • Even had they been the same size, did I think the old three-colored cat could be fooled? that she might not know a kitten of hers from some other mother's -- squirrel?

    Roof and Meadow

  • All were neatly dressed in spotless white robes and had brown skins, horns on their foreheads and three-colored hair.

    The Patchwork Girl of Oz

  • The night landscape, chill and dim, stretched beyond a multitude of roaring mouths, coarse lips, flaming eyes, illuminated by torches, the heads ornamented with a three-colored thing stuck into the caps.


  • Hope, among the ancients, was sometimes represented as a beautiful child, standing upon tiptoes, and a trefoil or three-colored grass in her hand.

    The Complete Poems of Sir Thomas Moore Collected by Himself with Explanatory Notes


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