To her, in the bright sun, Billy's blondness
Lydgate was almost forgetting that he must carry on the conversation, in thinking how lovely this creature was, her garment seeming to be made out of the faintest blue sky, herself so immaculately blond, as if the petals of some gigantic flower had just opened and disclosed her; and yet with this infantine blondness
showing so much ready, self-possessed grace.
Boris Johnson's blondness
comes from this lineage," Mustafa Bal said.
The Conservative Party will be spending those months bring this country back together" Theresa May at her first Prime Minister's Questions "Blondness
is clearly a quality that brings preferment under this new Government, and I know where I went wrong" Tory MP Michael Gove, who was sacked as justice secretary "There is a simple and unpalatable truth about far too many of our prisons.
is clearly a quality that brings preferment under this new Government, and I know where I went wrong" - Tory MP Michael Gove, who was sacked as justice secretary.
The style can register as dramatic or somber depending on the degree of blondness
To stress their provocative appearance, Cremieux adds a reference to their artificial blondness
: "Cheveux platino naturellement" [Platinum hair, of course] (p.
Leaving the forest with his gallon of whiskey, he "moved rapidly on between the close walls of impenetrable cane-stalks which gave a sort of blondness
to the twilight and possessed something of that oppression, that lack of room to breathe in, which the walls of his house had had" (111).
A series of MCU group shots contrast Manon's naive blondness
with the bitter faces and darker complexions of her female accusers, the most vocal of whom is a plain, middle-aged, spinsterish-looking woman.
Binswanger's emphasis on West's Jewish background and his narration of her obsession with blondness
as a code for Aryan racial supremacy, German idealism, and, as in Kant and Hegel, a secularized version of the Christian transcendence of the body in a metaphysics informed by Western dualism--Binswanger does use the term "Aryan" in a discussion of West's connection of blondness
with purity and beauty--is not a minor part of his case-study, but rather is foregrounded in the first paragraph of his "Case History" under the category of "Heredity": (12)