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1. "...And then it occurred to him to wonder whether you actually knew what a seduction involves. The details, I mean.I spread my wicked left hand over my face, but surely slices of crimson tide showed between my fingers. "You're right," I said."That you're sorry?""That I'm sorry." "What shall I tell your father?" said Eldric."Don't tell him anything!""You teased it out of me," said Eldric."You ought to answer. It has your fatehr worried, actually.""Tell him I read alot." I could almost hear the curling lion's smile in Eldric's voice."
Author: Franny Billingsley
2. "Alaska and Montana are not in the south but they definitely form part of the crimson tide of red states where Republicans are dominant."
Author: Juan Williams
3. "Life is brief, young maiden, fall in love; before the crimson bloom fades from your lips, before the tides of passion cool within your hips, for those of you who know no tomorrow. (Gondola no Uta)"
Author: Kouhei Kadono

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That chair -shall I ever forget it? Where the shadows fell on the canvas upholstery, stripes of a deep but glowing indigo alternated with stripes of an incandescence so intensely bright that it was hard to believe that they could be made of anything but blue fire. For what seemed an immensely long time I gazed without knowing, even without wishing to know, what it was that confronted me. At any other time I would have seen a chair barred with alternate light and shade. Today the percept had swallowed up the concept. I was so completely absorbed in looking, so thunderstruck by what I actually saw, that I could not be aware of anything else. Garden furniture, laths, sunlight, shadow - these were no more than names and notions, mere verbalizations, for utilitarian or scientific purposes, after the event. The event was this succession of azure furnace doors separated by gulfs of unfathomable gentian. It was inexpressibly wonderful, wonderful to the point, almost, of being terrifying."
Author: Aldous Huxley

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