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Of a shade of pink. I'm going to wear a rose-colored dress to the wedding this weekend. We love watching the rose-colored clouds at sunset.
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"I believe that the Dubai lifestyle can contribute to couples remaining in the rose-coloured phase for too long and not facing reality.
The foot-long fish with rose-coloured skin and blue mouths are now swimming in a dimly lit tank in the aquarium.
MY RANT about blokes' rose-coloured perspective on cheating men like Sven Goran Erikksonn continues this week.
The result was a graceful shell of weathered brick, rose-coloured with tall, symmetrically disposed openings on each side.
BIRD NOTES With Julian Hughes | A juvenile Rose-coloured Starling pictured in a garden in Craig-y-Don, Llandudno.
To put the rest of your patio in the pink, colour-match remaining containers with a mix of lightly fragrant miniature Miracle cyclamen, gaultheria or pernettya with rose-coloured bead-like berries and bud heathers.
SIR - Listening to the Education Secretary presenting a rose-coloured picture of education in this country on the Andrew Marr show on Sunday, one was led to believe that the standard of literacy and numeracy placed the UK in the international top 10 when in fact we are just managing to be in the top 30.
The prince cut a dashing figure in a dark blue suit, rose-coloured tie and sunglasses.
The large lizard, at risk of extinction, has rose-coloured scales and only lives on one volcano.
Kenny MacAskill and the Lord Advocate must assume we all look through the same rose-coloured spectacles as politicians.
I agree that we can often look back on the "good old days" with rose-coloured spectacles.
I didn't hear any comments from him last season when his team benefited from a similarly dubious decision in their Champions League semi-final against Chelsea, when the ball clearly did not cross the line (except in the eyes of their rose-coloured spectacle wearing fans).
The bride, dressed in a rose-coloured Armani gown, arrived for the nuptials with her father, carrying a bouquet of pink roses.
Let's take the rose-coloured glasses off and face facts.
COUNCILLOR Broughton seems to see things through rose-coloured glasses.