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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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ANYONE with an interest in Blonde cattle is being invited to learn more about the breed at an event in Bristol this weekend.
Yellow skin must go for warmer blondes like gold or honey ash blondes, Alex Carbonell of Studio Fix says.
While jokes about blondes may seem harmless to some, it can have real-world implications, indicates study author Jay Zagorsky, research scientist at Ohio State University, Columbus.
I don't feel I have anything in common with the world's most famous blondes, Marilyn Monroe, Madonna (Vogue era) and Brigitte Bardot, and thank God for that.
And after admitting she dyed her hair because she was "bored", we look at the other stars who were tempted to find out if blondes really do have more fun.
In Emily Schultz's third novel, The Blondes, the world succumbs to a mysterious, rabies-like pandemic that causes people to attack and kill at random.
* The John Frieda Sheer Blonde team designated June as Blonde Appreciation Month to celebrate what sets blondes apart and equip them with the expert care they need to preserve their signature shade.
According to Peter Frost, an anthropologist at Laval University in Quebec City, since most people have dark hair, blondes stand out.
One day a big group of blondes met in New York to show the world that blondes aren't dumb.
Utrecht, Netherlands, October 15, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Big Apes Love Blondes for iPhone offers players a chance to become a really great ape.
BEEF from British Blondes has made it on to the shelves of Marks & Spencer after making it through a rigorous four-month selection process.