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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.
As the talk wandered along, the old lady watched for the right place to drop in a question or two concerning that matter, and when she found it, she said to the blond twin, who was now doing the biographies in his turn while the brunette one rested:
Silver had thrown his hat beside him on the ground, and his great, smooth, blond face, all shining with heat, was lifted to the other man's in a kind of appeal.
He was a Jew named Abraham, a blond, rather stout young man, shy and very unassuming; but he had remarkable gifts.
Mattel commissioned the work to Phillipe and David Blond of the label 'The Blonds,' who have expressed their adoration for the doll ever since their label was born in 2007.
Basically, they made her change her look to fit the blond star-style.