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  • Now and again he caught glimpses, framed in green foliage, of the golden brown of Lute's corduroy riding-habit and of the bay horse that moved beneath her.

    Jack London's Story - Moon Face: Planchette pg 3 of 3

  • Page 201. by golden brown bees; From these skeps came a delicious aroma of riced flowers and virgin wax.

    The Man Between: An International Romance

  • Clad in an old pair of khaki shorts and nothing else, bare-footed, he was golden brown and silky-skinned, his slender, boyish body already hinting at later power in the breadth of the young square shoulders, the well-developed calf and thigh muscles, the flat belly and narrow hips.

    The Thorn Birds

  • Now their faces were close, so close the rich, golden brown of his irises mesmerized her.

    The Hollow

  • So when he walked back down the street, a lean boy not quite beyond the gangly stage of adolescence, his dense brown hair tied back in a stubby tail, golden brown eyes shaded with Oakleys, it was, for him, just another ordinary day.

    The Hollow

  • Blue-black silk dress with sleeve of pinky red and golden brown gloves.

    Giorgione

  • When the ground was strewn with the crimson and golden leaves of autumn, and the musk-scented grapes that covered the arbour at the end of the garden were turning golden brown in the sunshine, I began to write a sketch of my life – a year after I had written "The Frost King."

    The Story of My Life

  • He dug these coppertone chicks with their golden brown coifs.

    I.O.U.

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