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Marian's full face could not blush past its chronic pinkness.
And though frequently, when she looked in to bid me good-night, I remarked a fresh colour in her cheeks and a pinkness over her slender fingers, instead of fancying the line borrowed from a cold ride across the moors, I laid it to the charge of a hot fire in the library.
All he saw was the trumpery parasol that arched its pinkness above her giggling head.
One forgot his pinkness, his light cheerfulness of manner.
Entering the lounge upon arriving at the Pera Palace, I was overwhelmed by its strident pinkness.
I settled on the Lekker burger, which came as a 300g pure beef steak burger with bacon, cheese, grilled onion and pickle, medium cooked with just the right touch of pinkness and encased in a proper warm bun -- comfort food at its very best.
They may inspire poetry, but science offers an explanation for all the pinkness.
As with the members of the public, in the ordered logit model to explain serving preferences, chef preference for pinkness of served livers did not vary according to chef characteristics such as age, sex, and class.
I am obsessively fretful about under-cooked chicken, so perform a held-up-to-the-light autopsy on every mouthful to check for hints of rogue pinkness.
The meat balls were tender and slightly spicy, with just a hint of pinkness inside, all enveloped in the most scrumptious tomato sauce.
5 Stir fry the strips of steaks in the wok on a high heat until the pinkness has just gone and pile on top of the vegetables.
31 BEAUTY NOTES Pinkness, fancy new nail wraps and a clever new hairbrush