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Purple leaves fading to purplish green in the summer.
Something with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's purplish, horned monster parts?
By last Sunday, in Denver, Ms. Levy was on a purplish stage for technical rehearsal, as members of the creative team turned to the remaining requirement for the scene: the creation of that ice palace.
Thousands of bodies bopped up and down the river, bloated and purplish from soak- ing up the water. ‘
But a closer approximation would be the peak of tundra blueberry-picking season, when after hours of being deeply focused on those small and scrumptious purplish-blue fruits, pictures of the berries later dance through my consciousness.
The presence of this gene modified anthocyanin in the mums, producing purplish flowers.
Courtney is sitting in a chilly cubicle, where purplish-pink overhead lights, designed to make the video stand out, give the room a feeling of perpetual dusk.
Very quickly after that, word spread in fashion and magazine circles about who was sick—who had those telltale purplish lesions.
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