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blonde

a French pillow lace, originally of unbleached cream-coloured Chinese silk, later of bleached or black-dyed silk
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Instead, the doll "may loosely be based on Phillipe and this character that he plays within our little Blond world," David said.
There's a lot more to drama studies, comedic timing and improvisation than just putting on blond hair and playing a ditz or knowing how to cry on cue.
Allegra ups the voltage with a white male dancer who likes black dick, a blond straight dancer who denies her racism, and an impassioned narration that builds suspense about the final cuts.
If the exclusive spa resort gets the go ahead, it will have a no-brunette policy, which it hopes will attract tourists from around the world and also dispel stereotypes about blonds being dumb.
Yet there's nothing Red about a Blue Blond who sounds like a down-atheel country squire and is a dinosaur on marriage and gay adoption.
He's not the only Welsh athlete to dabble with dye - fellow 400m competitor Jamie Baulch has gone blond in the past - as well as every other colour in the rainbow.
To all the blogs out there that are always calling me a fake blond - here's proof that I AM originally a NATURAL blond
By contrast, Hansford happily turned Blanchett white blond for a recent role.
The experts are particularly keen to study people whose family members are also blond.
My best friends at school were blond girls and I always imagined marrying one of them.
A dark-haired person and a blond will almost always have dark-haired children.