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1  And my Aunt found me with eyes like red jellies.
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2  They were setting another scene, round the red baize box.
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3  Red and silver, blue and yellow gave off warmth and sweetness.
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4  Red Indians the game was; a reed with a note wrapped up in a pebble.
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5  There were pools of red and purple in the shade; flashes of silver in the sun.
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6  The flat fields glared green yellow, blue yellow, red yellow, then blue again.
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7  Darts of red and green light flashed from the rings on Mrs. Manresa's fingers.
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8  Her hat, her rings, her finger nails red as roses, smooth as shells, were there for all to see.
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9  A great box, draped in red baize festooned with heavy gold tassels had been moved into the middle of the stage.
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10  Red Admirals gluttonously absorbed richness from dish cloths, cabbage whites drank icy coolness from silver paper.
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11  In the car going home to the red villa in the cornfields, she would destroy it, as a thrush pecks the wings off a butterfly.
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12  There had always been lilies there, self-sown from wind-dropped seed, floating red and white on the green plates of their leaves.
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13  Later, another generation had planted fruit trees, which in time had spread their arms widely across the red orange weathered brick.
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14  Fly then, follow," she hummed, "the dappled herds in the cedar grove, who, sporting, play, the red with the roe, the stag with the doe.
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15  Young men and women--Jim, Iris, David, Jessica--were even now busy with garlands of red and white paper roses left over from the Coronation.
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16  In the summer there were always butterflies; fritillaries darting through; Red Admirals feasting and floating; cabbage whites, unambitiously fluttering round a bush, like muslin milkmaids, content to spend a life there.
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17  And the trees with their many-tongued much syllabling, their green and yellow leaves hustle us and shuffle us, and bid us, like the starlings, and the rooks, come together, crowd together, to chatter and make merry while the red cow moves forward and the black cow stands still.
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