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This time of year, traditional evergreen wreaths with red ribbons are sold at every bodega, corner store, and gardening center—really anyplace with a cash register.
Catherine Barry passed out scrolls tied with red ribbon, which were copies of cookie recipes.
Her hair is carefully braided into two pigtails tied with red ribbons, a perfect hairstyle for a day full of snow angels and snowmen.
Loretta dressed Alana in a new white, preemie-sized lace dress with red ribbons, matching bloomers and fuzzy white socks.
He was awarded a blue ribbon for his red salsa; red ribbons for his watermelon rind pickles and orange marmalade; and a white ribbon for his chow-chow.
Toys in a treasure chest, wrapped in white tissue with red ribbons (for girls) and blue ribbons (for boys) were a treat for children who minded their manners.
The teal and red ribbon is a traditional textile embroidered with patterns to represent the refined beauty of the host country.
The design features black, white and green coloring with a Christmas tree, doves, a stack of presents, snowflakes, two people holding hands and a red ribbon running around the entire cup.
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