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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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I had almost forgotten the most important point--which is that I should like you to go and tell Madame Chiffon that I wish the blond lace to be changed in conformity with yesterday's patterns, if she will be good enough to bring with her a new assortment.
I have often wondered whether those early Madonnas of Raphael, with the blond faces and somewhat stupid expression, kept their placidity undisturbed when their strong-limbed, strong-willed boys got a little too old to do without clothing.
But we must hasten to add that his voice produced what might be called an antithesis to his blond delicacy.
At last, the tall blond, driven out of patience, shrieked almost in his face,--
For Rosamond never showed any unbecoming knowledge, and was always that combination of correct sentiments, music, dancing, drawing, elegant note-writing, private album for extracted verse, and perfect blond loveliness, which made the irresistible woman for the doomed man of that date.
He was a Jew named Abraham, a blond, rather stout young man, shy and very unassuming; but he had remarkable gifts.
Both Bella and her model sister Gigi Hadid are natural blonds. After stepping into the world of fashion, Gigi stuck with her natural colour, while Bella decided to go darker, page six reported.
Yellow skin must go for warmer blondes like gold or honey ash blondes, Alex Carbonell of Studio Fix says.
TWO blondes living in Birmingham were sitting on a bench talking one night.
Basically, they made her change her look to fit the blond star-style.
Although adding transparency improved the naturalness of computer-generated black and dark-brown hair, blond hair still looked lifeless.
I must compliment you for the story on Kermode bears ["Blondes prefer blondes," Columbiana, Summer 2002, p.