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Small craftsmen were donors, drapers, and day laborers, and of course Queen Blanches donjons of Castile are to be seen.HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
Light blanches the reddish-yellow of saffron, even when it is contained in a full phial well corked.A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINESANDREW URE
N "Cartes-blanches" is a hand at Piquet without a court card—it counts ten.THE SHARPER DETECTED AND EXPOSEDJEAN-EUGNE ROBERT-HOUDIN
Before the expression of his visage the face of every man born on our shores quails and blanches.TALES FROM JKAIMR JKAI
Whether things went equally well with Mr. Jernyngan and his Blanche (or either of his Blanches) does not seem to be recorded.A LETTER BOOKGEORGE SAINTSBURY
With how sure a touch does she mingle the colours, and in what sweet proportion blushes and blanches her lady's upturned face.THE WORKS OF MAX BEERBOHMMAX BEERBOHM
His face blanches perceptibly; and his eyes, in their usual stealthy fashion, seek the ground.FAITH AND UNFAITHDUCHESS
She took an empty basket and went out under the pretext of going for the petticoats of her customer on Rue des Portes-Blanches.L'ASSOMMOIREMILE ZOLA
She has forced herself to say this; but as the words pass her lips she blanches perceptibly.APRIL'S LADYMARGARET WOLFE HUNGERFORD