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reddish-brown

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a sculpture made of bronze

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give the color and appearance of bronze to something

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get a tan, from wind or sun

of the color of bronze

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made from or consisting of bronze

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It was, as I think I have said, of bronze. It was not a mere block, but highly decorated with deep framed panels on either side.
They came, and then, pointing to the bronze pedestal, I tried to intimate my wish to open it.
If they mean to take your machine away, it's little good your wrecking their bronze panels, and if they don't, you will get it back as soon as you can ask for it.
It may have been my fancy, or it may have had something to do with my hammering at the gates of bronze. Yet I felt tolerably sure of the avoidance.
Like the others, it was rimmed with bronze, curiously wrought, and protected by a little cupola from the rain.
I had now a clue to the import of these wells, to the ventilating towers, to the mystery of the ghosts; to say nothing of a hint at the meaning of the bronze gates and the fate of the Time Machine!
Ulysses, infuriated by the death of his comrade, hit him with his spear on one temple, and the bronze point came through on the other side of his forehead.
His eyes wandered from the efficient hands to the bronze slippers and back again, and he swore to himself that there were mighty few stenographers like her in existence.
She reentered the room, and as she crossed it to her chair, he admired the way she walked, while the bronze slippers were maddening.
Daylight ran his eyes over her, from her face to the tip of a bronze slipper, in a way that made the color mantle in her cheeks.
"I'm going to have a white satin with a pink sash, pink stockings, bronze slippers, and a spangled fan."
The sun poured down its burning rays upon the heathen deities of marble and bronze: it raised the temperature of the water in the conch shells, and ripened, on the walls, those magnificent peaches, of which the king, fifty years later, spoke so regretfully, when, at Marly, on an occasion of a scarcity of the finer sorts of peaches being complained of, in the beautiful gardens there - gardens which had cost France double the amount that had been expended on Vaux - the great king observed to some one: "You are far too young to have eaten any of M.
"Then it rushed over me that I was being blackmailed for the theft of the bronze piece; and all my merely superstitious fears and doubts were swallowed up in one overpowering, practical question.
In comparing mechanical properties, the silicon brasses (C87500 and C87800) exhibited the highest tensile properties, followed by the silicon bronzes (C87600 and C97610) and the high-zinc yellow brasses (C85800).
The company, a 75 year old Milwaukee-based pioneer of cast aluminum bronzes, nickel-aluminum bronzes and other high-copper casting alloys, entered into a R&D project during that year to investigate EPC's potential.