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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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What my clients don't know is that I plan to be re-incarnated as Agnetha (the blonde one) from Abba.
'On Blondes' is published by Bloomsbury and is available now, priced at USD24.95.
Rock chick Christina has shed her blonde locks for jet black while Britney is trying to shake off her 'girl-next-door' image with a new brunette look.
I must compliment you for the story on Kermode bears ["Blondes prefer blondes," Columbiana, Summer 2002, p.
Like her nineteenth-century counterpart, Swanilda finds her rival's clothing and dresses up in it, donning a red suit, a blonde wig, and high heels.
Rumors have circulated for years about a possible "(http://www.ibtimes.com/legally-blonde-3-happen-reese-witherspoon-hints-possibility-seeing-elle-woods-back-2407619) Legally Blonde 3 ," but early last month the subject was brought up once again, this time with merit.
And probably because the John Frieda Sheer Blonde team wanted a reason to celebrate.
Teen actress and singer Miley Cyrus wowed fans this week by chopping off most of her hair and dying it platinum blonde. Afterwards, she tweeted, "LOVE my hair ?
So the man asked: "What is the capital of the U.S.A ?" The blonde responded: "Paris?"
Caroline Jackson, breed secretary for the British Blonde Cattle Society, said: "I am delighted with the positive outcome following the time and effort that has been put into trialling Blonde beef, resulting in the inclusion of Blonde cattle on to the buyer's list for Marks and Spencer.
"I've been both blonde and brunette and every job I've gone for I've got."
She said: "I feel more fun and girly as a blonde, but as a brunette I felt more demure, sophisticated, classy and more intelligent" she admits.