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Though dramatically presented, the notion of a person being lured by the darker underbelly of life is none-too original.
But I cannot look at you With eyes of a darker shade of light.
PC Darker wasn't staking out criminals, or carrying out surveillance.
Exceptional Lipstick by Elizabeth Arden in Nuance: A darker, more orangey-nude, this would suit darker skins better.
But as I found the voice of the character, it just got darker and darker.
Even though they'll be "losing" an hour of daylight in the evening, GE Consumer Products has several products that will help them gain precious time and brighten those darker winter months ahead.
RESIDENTS are being urged to be extra vigilant against burglaries as darker nights draw in.
The liquid, applied every night to the base of the hairs, also made them 18 per cent darker.
Executive producer Dominic Minghella said: "The second series is darker and bigger and Robin is tortured and bullied a bit.
Yesterday Anthony Darker, 25, from a west Wales farming family but living in the 'drug culture' of the capital, was jailed for five years.
The surfaces turned from white to a musty black that was much darker than the coating that had been scrubbed away.
It's a good bet that there are plenty of people in Mexico - most notably those darker of skin than Fox - who don't necessarily cherish Mexico's version of Little Black Sambo, who is portrayed as a simple ``negrito'' with simian-like features and an Aunt Jemima clone for a mother.
Dr Ramachandran Subramanian, from Southport, Merseyside, was found guilty of serious professional misconduct after dismissing fears that Margarita Darker had the brain bug as "parental anxieties".
Locum GP Dr Ramachandran Subramanian, from Southport, was yesterday found guilty of serious professional misconduct after dismissing as "parental anxieties" fears that Margarita Darker had the brain bug.
PC Jason Darker spent yesterday clearing waste ground in Park Road, which has been repeatedly used by criminals to dump stolen goods.