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  • Put a top hat on Jerry or deck out Jimi in an unforgettable white-fringed shirt with blue banding and bell-bottomed blue jeans.

    Buzzine » Woodstock Paper Dolls

  • In fact, Cassidy was the biggest teen idol since Ricky Nelson and Elvis Presley, the latter's white-fringed fashion emulated by the young faux-Partridge during his famed 1972 Madison Square Garden concert (trivia alert: backed-up by vocalist Kim Carnes).

    Mike Ragogna: Partridge Family Ties

  • Moreau said not a word on the way, but the expression of his heavy, white-fringed face was grimly set.

    The Island of Doctor Moreau

  • I saw a big white-fringed specimen run from the lake shore to our next-door neighbor's house.

    Archive 2004-06-01

  • At eleven all the Chinese children came forth in carriages shaped like boats, turned up at both ends, painted red and yellow, and with white-fringed canopies over them.

    The Golden Chersonese and the way thither

  • Had she been wearing her white-fringed shawl, she would have snapped it around her.

    The Fires of Heaven

  • In midair they changed shape, landing neatly in human-form, he garbed in bright trousers and cloak, she in white-fringed black dress.

    Blue Adept

  • "You are quite right," the ghost of a smile hovered around the white-fringed lips of the Spaniard, at Jim's innate boyishness.

    Frontier Boys on the Coast or in the Pirate's Power

  • She made as if to wave him back, but Geth had already turned away again, and shyly she sat watching with deepest regret as the back of the friendly old Fieldmaster's bald white-fringed head slowly disappeared over the crest of the low hill.

    Si'Wren of the Patriarchs

  • An old negro thrust his white-fringed head through the library door.

    Tom Swift and His Giant Telescope


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