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of the color of bronze

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"People such as Muddy Waters, the Count Basie Orchestra, Joe Williams, Big Bill Bronzy, Louis Armstrong, Chris Barber, Sidney Bechet, just to name a few.
Freckles plus a bronzy base paves the way for laid-back beach babe glamour - think freckled hottie Gisele.
Anthriscus sylvestris 'Ravenswing', grown for its bronzy foliage as much as its airy cow parsley flowers, was everywhere.
The indulgent array features 16 antioxidant-rich, cocoa-powder infused shadows in matte and shimmer shades of warm caramels, deep mochas, bronzy chocolates, and a pop of sugared blueberry.
On the main monitor, the soprano Renee Fleming, in a bronzy, shimmering dress, stood in the wings rehearsing her intro.
A mid-tone gold (not soft and light nor dark and bronzy) makes a usable color and a fun metallic accent.
This collection feaA[degrees] tures a range of ultra wearable sunA[degrees]kissed shades for the face and body to create that bronzy, naturalA[degrees]looking glow.
Another variety known as Spotted Aleppo or Spotted Cos has less vivid, bronzy red speckles.
Expect it to have no suppressive action on poison ivy in the spring when the plant is leafless or the new foliage is a bronzy hue.
Sydney, Australia, Mar 28, 2011 - (ABN Newswire) - Avonlea Minerals Limited (ASX:AVZ) said today that test results have confirmed high grade potential at Thresher, Hammerhead and Bronzy magnetite iron ore prospects in Namibia.
The raised deck outside the bedroom creates a perch for an oversize lounge chair, whose cushion echoes the bronzy brown foliage of a spiky-leafed phormium near the deck's front edge.
The new species differs from all of these in its distinctive colour pattern of alternating blue and bronzy yellowish stripes with a large black spot on the anal fin, and from most species on the basis of its relatively low number (11) of soft dorsal and anal rays compared with the usual range of 12-14 rays.
It has formed clumps and is behaving as an enchanting perennial, with soft pink tufts held on 60cm stems, dressed in oval leaves, each marked with bronzy splodges.
Others, like geraniums, marigolds and lobelia, are more able to stand the cold, but their leaves may turn black, or be bronzy coloured, if the nights are cold.