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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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As stated, we can historicize West's body issues according to the associations of blondness and thinness with an anti-Semitic discourse.
of North Texas) wittily responds by asking whether science should study whether blondness in females is inversely correlated to IQ or whether white males have a genetic predisposition towards precipitating Wall Street crashes.
A brief description compares the artificial surface brightness of both the golden city where Christine resides and the blondness of Christine herself: the "small bombed baroque German city" had only things that were "worthwhile" rebuilt, and which was now "as pink and golden as a pretty child and as new as morning" (1).
On a darker note, the show also highlights how the Nordic cult of blondness was adopted by Nazi Germany as a symbol of racial purity, spreading to Josef's Stalin's Soviet Union which celebrated the ideal of the blonde peasant - and on to the film studios of the United States.
Commonly, the whiteness of their skin and blondness of their hair renders them within the terms of fantasised Western images of the beautiful, innocent and angelic child.
The mayor explains to Maria that despite having been born in Africa, Manuel does not belong; his blondness "brings back luck", "asks to be pillaged .
Waitrose (***) concentrated on looks with an appetising noon, but its great appearance and crisp texture was let down by its blondness.
The striking blondness, the face, the eyes, the mouth were the same" (83).
The whiteness of the apartment of Kern's lover, or the blondness of Auguste's girlfriend Karin, connote a deceptiveness of surface.