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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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The work relies on our disappointment at being given only these suggestive, disembodied gestures, rather than Kim Novak's uncanny blondness.
One song predictably name-checks Martha Stewart, but the Queen Bee and the Diva of Domesticity don't really have that much in common besides criminal records and intermittent blondness.
There was something about her, not just her technical skills, not just her blondness, her blue-eyedness, which brings with it so much information, so much myth, so much iconography, but somebody who wanted to work from the inside out and who was prepared to make herself soul-naked for the film.
Schauer produced a comprehensive, honest, 206-page report, which identified Goethe's ties to the anti-Catholic movement, his racist views about Mexicans, his opposition to immigration from non-European countries, and his preference for "Protestantism, and tallness, blondness, blue-eyedness.
Thus the glow that surrounds Eugenia and the blondness of Edgar's masculinity fail to conceal those "baser" instincts of the Alabaster breed, and of ruling-class Victorian society more generally.