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Thy outward attractions, Amy, will not have lost much, when the blonds and satins are put into the bandbox.
Under these conditions Negro character was formed, and that character was not like that of the long-headed blonds of the North.
THE NEGRO FARMERCARL KELSEY
Such families may contain children indistinguishable from pure blonds as well as children of very dark and of intermediate shades.
MENDELISMREGINALD CRUNDALL PUNNETT
He was of a physical type to which blonds of the Pauline type were invariably attracted.
Similarly, in regard to pigmentation, I found at Orte a prevalence of blonds, and at Castelli of brunettes.
PEDAGOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGYMARIA MONTESSORI
In stout blonds the presence of blood is the exception and not the rule.
Even when they were dirty, ferocious barbarians, these blonds were truth-tellers.
THE OLD WORLD IN THE NEWEDWARD ALSWORTH ROSS
The inheritance of skin color is not dependent on race; two blonds never have brunette offspring, but brunettes may have blondes.
They were all young, active men, and of all colors and complexions, from blue-eyed blonds to shiny blacks.
There is no doubt about their high stature, and Topinard is not the only one who believes that they were blonds.
MEN OF THE OLD STONE AGEHENRY FAIRFIELD OSBORN

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