1 She wore a filthy blue wrapper, and her teeth were black.
2 A man in blue livery stood holding it, and gazing before him, silent as a statue.
3 He was exhausted and half-dazed, and besides he saw the blue uniforms of the policemen.
4 The saloon-keeper gazed at him, with his haggard white face and his blue trembling lips.
5 He was a dapper young fellow, with a light brown mustache and blue eyes, and a graceful figure.
6 Then Jurgis felt his companion pulling, and he stepped in, and the blue automaton closed the door.
7 Some of these were bulging dangerously, yet men worked before them, wearing blue glasses when they opened and shut the doors.
8 Incandescent rainbows shone above it, blue, red, and golden lights played about it; but the stream itself was white, ineffable.
9 A pair of military trousers, light blue with a yellow stripe, serve to give that suggestion of authority proper to the leader of a band.
10 A few minutes later the front door opened; a blast of cold and snow rushed in, and behind it little Kotrina, breathless from running, and blue with the cold.
11 Four or five miles to the east of them lay the blue waters of Lake Michigan; but for all the good it did them it might have been as far away as the Pacific Ocean.
12 She wears a blue flannel shirt-waist, which is now rolled up at the sleeves, disclosing her brawny arms; she has a carving fork in her hand, with which she pounds on the table to mark the time.
13 This inspector wore a blue uniform, with brass buttons, and he gave an atmosphere of authority to the scene, and, as it were, put the stamp of official approval upon the things which were done in Durham's.
14 This was more cruel yet for Ona, who ought to have stayed home and nursed him, the doctor said, for her own health as well as the baby's; but Ona had to go to work, and leave him for Teta Elzbieta to feed upon the pale blue poison that was called milk at the corner grocery.