white-and-gold love

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  • He is deftly countered by John Heffernan as his chum, Hastings, a whimsical fop who goes into sexual ecstasies over the prospect of a white-and-gold coat.

    She Stoops To Conquer

  • Associated Press A model poses with a mink-trimmed rolling market cart that matches her white-and-gold jacquard, mink-trimmed suit.

    Jean Paul Gaultier's Stylish Striptease

  • "I didn't have you to keep me active, before the Storms, " Firesong pointed out, slipping on a robe of scarlet silk, embroidered with white-and-gold firebirds, over his form-fitting sleeveless tunic and trews.

    Elephant in the City

  • HASKELL read the white-and-gold nameplate across the back of his shoulders, over the numeral 19.

    The Hanging Tree

  • We all sat at one very long table set with white-and-gold china and crystal glasses.

    Paradise Lost

  • The warm wood was accented by a long, white-and-gold table set beneath a huge gold-framed mirror and between two heavy, gilt chairs.

    The Laird Who Loved Me

  • The warm wood was accented by a long, white-and-gold table set beneath a huge gold-framed mirror and between two heavy, gilt chairs.

    The Laird Who Loved Me

  • We all sat at one very long table set with white-and-gold china and crystal glasses.

    Paradise Lost

  • The warm wood was accented by a long, white-and-gold table set beneath a huge gold-framed mirror and between two heavy, gilt chairs.

    The Laird Who Loved Me

  • On a new pair of white-and-gold trimmed Nikes he broke out for the playoffs, James scrawled ` ` Brenda RIP '' on the tongues of his sneakers, a tribute to a woman he considered to be a second mother.

    USATODAY.com

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