I'm comfortable in my own lily-white
, wobbly skin and though I may not have travelled to the ends of the earth and back, two weeks in Majorca with the hubby and kids was just as much fun.
They lived in a house in the station yard Where trains puffed by with a squeal and a toot, The station now closed, the house boarded up No lily-white
sheets to get covered in soot.
For his part, Curly is slick enough to navigate the gray between the black and white and come out lily-white
garden, open-mouthed, bathing his lily-white
skin, his body unable
Maybe the torchbearers of a lily-white
, idealistic, drug-free society must look a little deeper.
Brights will look especially hot on the beach contrasted against dark, olive or lily-white
But her admiration of those other Cinderellas, the ones their father Richard Williams calls the "ghetto Cinderellas of the lily-white
world", knows no bounds.
It is vital that local politicians are lily-white
and have the trust and respect of the public but Mr Ahmed has flouted the law and he should step down for the duration of his ban.
Summary: Newcomers to Lebanon ought to be forgiven if over the weekend they were led to believe that top Lebanese leaders are a group of lily-white
, peace-loving, multiculturalists who would go to great lengths to preserve stability and inter-communal harmony in this country.
This three-volume revised edition presents information on 225 "ethnic" writers of the United States, by which the editors apparently mean not lily-white
, as there are no, say, Irish American or Lithuanian American writers included.
Now America has elected its first non-white president and his lily-white
Ostensibly it's about how a black boy, orphaned when he was seven and raised in a lily-white
, Edwardian society overcame every barrier to become Britain's first black Army officer.
Butchers feels that racing today is "as lily-white
as it can be considering the huge amounts of money involved".
After all, unlike lily-white
Iowa and New Hampshire, Nevada has a diverse, growing population.
AINTREE derives its name from the Anglo-Saxon "an-treow" - meaning "one tree" and that one tree was an ancient sprawling oak, sacred to the Druids and the Lily-White
Boys cult of nature worshippers.