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In a little while a multitude had come out, the remoter just little specks of ultramarine in the shadow of the eastward cliff.
The second section he made full of golden stars on a ground of ultramarine.
I once saw a deep blue band upon a mesa near San Diego, which vied in richness with the ultramarine of the sea just beyond.
Very good results in soap may be obtained by mixing a fast blue, as ultramarine or cobalt blue, with a red as rhodamine or eosine.
SOAP-MAKING MANUALE. G. THOMSSEN
For the dark shade of ultramarine blue, a coat of lampblack furnishes a most excellent and effective ground color.
Cobalt for delicate blue skies; French ultramarine for stronger.
Chemists are not agreed concerning the cause of the colour of ultramarine.
They had been painted in blue stripes with ultramarine, by the celebrated theatrical artist, Corporal Stainer.
He did not see the back curtain, or Orion blazing in the ultramarine blue.
NORTHERN LIGHTSGILBERT PARKER
It may be well perhaps to allude here to Vasari's story respecting the artist's use of ultramarine.

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