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But the tartan insists that its tone shall be invariable, and sharply defined by contrasts of dark and light.
CERES' RUNAWAYALICE MEYNELL
On a bundle of clothing tied in a tartan kerchief for a pillow, he lay very still and breathing heavily.
GREYFRIARS BOBBYELEANOR ATKINSON
One was a British officer, in the scarlet jacket and tartan trews of a Highland regiment.
PONCE DE LEONWILLIAM PILLING
The fore-part of his head is white: his back, tail, and wings green; and his breast and belly tartan.
But—what on earth—a green tartan frock, and a toque with a white feather—she herself!
DRY FISH AND WETANTHON BERNHARD ELIAS NILSEN
The Romans found it in Britain, and Boadicea wore a tartan dress on the day of her defeat.
NEEDLEWORK AS ARTMARIAN ALFORD
No embroidery can soften the constantly recurring angles, and only fringes can be employed to decorate a tartan costume.
NEEDLEWORK AS ARTMARIAN ALFORD
Young Donald, in his homespun tartan, stood on the outskirt of the little crowd that surrounded her, listening.
A rectangular shawl-like garment made of the checkered cloth called tartan.
LADY OF THE LAKESIR WALTER SCOTT
From her square, high masculine shoulders, hung a sombre-hued Scotch tartan.
GERMINIE LACERTEUXEDMOND AND JULES DE GONCOURT

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