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Auburn Sayings By Auburn McCanta: you smile to think how lovely it is to have at least danced like a you smile to think how lovely it is to have at least danced like a bird before your death. — Auburn McCanta
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Auburn Sayings By Brittany Howard: For my band's debut tour in 2011, we road-tripped across the country in a 15-passenger For my band's debut tour in 2011, we road-tripped across the country in a 15-passenger van. It was the first time I'd left Alabama. I drove through scenery I'd only ever seen in calendars: auburn leaves falling in Vermont, the sun setting over purple mountains in Arizona. It was incredible. — Brittany Howard
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Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: Come back over in an hour. Then you, Auburn Mason Reed, I will completely devour. Come back over in an hour. Then you, Auburn Mason Reed, I will completely devour. — Colleen Hoover
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Auburn Sayings By Frank Iero: The relationship between 'My Chemical Romance' and Michael Pedicone is over. He was caught red-handed The relationship between 'My Chemical Romance' and Michael Pedicone is over. He was caught red-handed stealing from the band and confessed to police after our show last night in Auburn, Washington. We are heartbroken and sick to our stomachs over this entire situation. — Frank Iero
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Auburn Sayings By Lisa Shearin: Close up gave me a nice view of Mychael, and as always, he was damned Close up gave me a nice view of Mychael, and as always, he was damned good to look at. His eyes were that mix of blue and pale green found only in warm, tropical seas. His hair was short and auburn. His handsome features were strong, and his face scruffy with stubble. Very nice. Sexy nice. I guess having demons on your island didn't give you time to shave. Mychael was an elf, and the tips of his ears were elegantly pointed. I'd felt the urge to nibble those tips on more than one occasion, but I didn't think now was the time or place. — Lisa Shearin
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Auburn Sayings By Charles Barkley: I can be bought. If they paid me enough, I'd work for the Klan. I can be bought. If they paid me enough, I'd work for the Klan. — Charles Barkley
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Auburn Sayings By Victoria Schwab: He flashed up in her vision like a flare, auburn hair and that constant furrow He flashed up in her vision like a flare, auburn hair and that constant furrow between his eyes: one blue, one black. Antari. Magic boy. Prince. — Victoria Schwab
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Auburn Sayings By Lauren Oliver: Only his hair is the same: that auburn crown, like leaves in autumn. Impossible. I Only his hair is the same: that auburn crown, like leaves in autumn. Impossible. I close my eyes and reopen them: the boy from a dream, from a different lifetime. A boy brought back from the dead. Alex. — Lauren Oliver
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Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: It scares me to know that there's a chance I've come across one of the It scares me to know that there's a chance I've come across one of the few people in this world who could make me feel this way, and I already have to give it up. - Auburn Reed — Colleen Hoover
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Auburn Sayings By Kim Harrison: Her elf is going to do just that," he said, the red glow of the Her elf is going to do just that," he said, the red glow of the ever-after sun turning his hair auburn, almost as red as mine. "I did not work this hard at getting her to accept who she is to let you take your spoiled brat of a little-boy temper tantrum out on her. She stays on my side of the lines. — Kim Harrison
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Auburn Sayings By Matia Ben Ephraim: Have you ever trained a girl to become a semizard?" "In all my years here?" Have you ever trained a girl to become a semizard?"
"In all my years here?" He shook his auburn-tailed head slightly. "No."
"Can't women use magic?"
Smiling faintly that he had caught onto that, the wizard replied, "They already do. — Matia Ben Ephraim
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Auburn Sayings By Sarah MacLean: As I've said before," she scoffed, "you're different.""How am I different?" his exasperation was clear."Well, As I've said before," she scoffed, "you're different."
"How am I different?" his exasperation was clear.
"Well, it seems you are my partner in crime." She smiled then, a beaming grin not unlike the one he'd seen her give Oxford earlier.
He lost his bluster at the words, feeling the full force of her pleasure like a blow, and a nonsensical wave of pride coursed through him... pride at being the one he would turn to with such excitement, pride at being the one she would turn to with such excitement, pride at being the one she would ask to escort her on such an adventure. And, in that sun-filled moment, with all of London mere inches away from their hiding place, he was struck by her beauty- her bright brown eyes and her hair, gleaming auburn in the light and her mouth, wide and welcoming and enough to bring a man to his knees.
She was really quite extraordinary. — Sarah MacLean
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Auburn Sayings By Leah Thomas: Auburn-Stache. Am I selfish?""I've never met a soul that wasn't. I've met a lot of Auburn-Stache. Am I selfish?"
"I've never met a soul that wasn't. I've met a lot of people who don't bother wondering. — Leah Thomas
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Auburn Sayings By David Auburn: Spending time with math people is a lot of fun. As a result of the Spending time with math people is a lot of fun. As a result of the play, I've had semi-drunken dinners with mathematicians all over the country. I recommend the experience. — David Auburn
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Auburn Sayings By Stuart Hill: Put her in any situation that was even vaguely new and personal and she was Put her in any situation that was even vaguely new and personal and she was lost; her pale, almost translucent skin and auburn hair seemed to signal everything she was feeling. She may raise her chin in proud disdain and even curl her lip in an emergency, but nobody was likely to be fooled if she glowed the colour of a midsummer sunset. — Stuart Hill
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Auburn Sayings By Samantha Long: Sophie ignored her and went to take a seat. The only two open were between Sophie ignored her and went to take a seat. The only two open were between Tristan and Jackson. Lilli had fallen headfirst in like with Jackson's auburn hair and deep brown eyes, so Sophie knew she'd have to sit next to Tristan. Her heart stuttered. Tristan's gray eyes warmed when Sophie took the seat next to him. Her gaze roamed over his face. The square jaw, full lips. His brown hair was mussed, like he'd just woken up. When his lips tilted up at one corner heat rushed to her face. "Come on. We need to get this started. I've got better things to do." Morgan's eyes sparked at Tristan and Sophie. Aidan, the last of the study group, whistled. "You're hot when you're jealous." Morgan's blue eyes turned to ice. She glared at him. He smiled lazily at her. — Samantha Long
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Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: I close my eyes and lean into him. I think my body makes the choice I close my eyes and lean into him. I think my body makes the choice for me, because my mind has certainly lost all control. I press my face against his neck and listen quietly as our breaths fail to slow. The longer we stand here and the more he says, the heavier our need grows. I can feel it in the way he holds me. I can hear it in the desperate plea of his voice. I can feel it with every rise and fall of his chest. — Colleen Hoover
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Auburn Sayings By G.K. Chesterton: That young man with the long, auburn hair and the impudent face - that young That young man with the long, auburn hair and the impudent face - that young man was not really a poet; but surely he was a poem. — G.K. Chesterton
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Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: We're far from being strangers, Auburn. We're far from being strangers, Auburn. — Colleen Hoover
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Auburn Sayings By Margaret Laurence: Everything drifts. Everything is slowly swirling, philosophies tangled with the grocery lists, unreal-real anxieties like Everything drifts. Everything is slowly swirling, philosophies tangled with the grocery lists, unreal-real anxieties like rose thorns waiting to tear the uncertain flesh, nonentities of thoughts floating like plankton, green and orange particles, seaweed
lots of that, dark purple and waving, sharks with fins like cutlasses, herself held underwater by her hair, snared around auburn-rusted anchor chains. — Margaret Laurence
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Auburn Sayings By Oliver Goldsmith: Sweet Auburn, loveliest village of the plain. Sweet Auburn, loveliest village of the plain. — Oliver Goldsmith
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Auburn Sayings By David Auburn: You can't. Do you hear me? You think you've figured something out? You run over You can't. Do you hear me? You think you've figured something out? You run over here so pleased with yourself because you changed your mind. Now you're certain. You're so ... sloppy. You don't know anything. The book, the math, the dates, the writing, all that stuff you decided with your buddies, it's just evidence. It doesn't finish the job. It doesn't prove anything. — David Auburn
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Auburn Sayings By Tim Hudson: Auburn is a very small, quiet college town, a different kind of place geographically and Auburn is a very small, quiet college town, a different kind of place geographically and culturally. — Tim Hudson
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Auburn Sayings By Karen Ranney: My eyes are brown and my hair is brown.""Your eyes are the color of warm My eyes are brown and my hair is brown."
"Your eyes are the color of warm chocolate," he said, tilting his head to study her. "Your hair isn't brown, but auburn with gold and red threads in it like the finest tapestry. — Karen Ranney
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Auburn Sayings By D.T. Dyllin: Hey!" I exclaimed, seeing Khol standing beside my bed with my pillow in his hands. Hey!" I exclaimed, seeing Khol standing beside my bed with my pillow in his hands. His tall frame seemed to take up more room in the light of day, and his dark auburn hair looked like fire in the morning sun. His mere physical presence in the same room as me still caused my body to shiver with excitement. Damn . . . not good. — D.T. Dyllin
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Auburn Sayings By Hugh Howey: The ice on the next pane was already disturbed, had been wiped away by someone The ice on the next pane was already disturbed, had been wiped away by someone recently. Beads of condensation stood like tiny lenses warping the light. He rubbed the glass and knew what had happened. He saw the woman inside with the auburn hair that she sometimes kept in a bun. This was not his wife. This was someone who wanted that, wanted him like that. 'Hello?' Troy turned toward the voice. — Hugh Howey
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Auburn Sayings By Heidi McLaughlin: He sits down at his desk and hands me a pile of letters. They're all He sits down at his desk and hands me a pile of letters. They're all addressed to me, but are opened and have notes on them. Each one is from a different college and placed in order of preference according to Sterling. Auburn sits on top, followed by Ole Miss and Arkansas. They're all interested in me. — Heidi McLaughlin
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Auburn Sayings By James M. Cain: I went to the animals' fair, The birds and the beasts were there, The old I went to the animals' fair, The birds and the beasts were there, The old baboon By the light of the moon Was combing his auburn hair; The monkey he got drunk, And fell on the elephant's trunk, The elephant sneezed And fell on his knees - And what became of the monkety-monk? — James M. Cain
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Auburn Sayings By Courtney Milan: Miss Marshall was wearing a ghastly green gown, one that had no doubt been lent Miss Marshall was wearing a ghastly green gown, one that had no doubt been lent to her by a friend. It fit rather poorly, gaping at the bosom and stretching at the hips. The color dimmed the fire of her hair - which, without her normal pins, refused to stay in place. Little strands made an auburn halo around her head.
He'd never seen anything quite so lovely. — Courtney Milan
Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: He doesn't make your heart feel like this, Auburn. He doesn't make it so crazy He doesn't make your heart feel like this, Auburn. He doesn't make it so crazy that it tries to beat through the walls of your chest. — Colleen Hoover
Auburn Sayings By Stephen King: Auburn, catching up with his homies. Auburn, catching up with his homies. — Stephen King
Auburn Sayings By Amanda Sington-Williams: He watched the newly arrived commuters as they stepped into the carriage, pushed their way He watched the newly arrived commuters as they stepped into the carriage, pushed their way down the tube, the odours from their damp clothes mingling, giving off varying degrees of mustiness: London grime, or smoke from airless offices. A woman wearing a blue swing coat glanced along the carriage, casting around for an empty seat. Her pale skin, the searching green eyes, reminded him of Emma. Briefly, he felt his breath catch; he stood, clambered back over his neighbour and indicated for her to take his seat. And so his mind stayed with Emma when he knew he should be working out a strategy for telling Dorothy of his news. But Emma was never far away; like the glitter balls in dance halls, she would slowly rotate in his memory, different facets reappearing, as the hues changed in her auburn hair. — Amanda Sington-Williams
Auburn Sayings By Eve Dangerfield: He wasn't a pretty boy, his nose was crooked and his grin lopsided, but he He wasn't a pretty boy, his nose was crooked and his grin lopsided, but he had that square-jawed, salt-of-the-earth handsome look that made a girl think of loose-hipped cowboys and demanding Scottish Lairds. And speaking of Scottish Lairds, old mate was a redhead. Usually gingers weren't her scene but this guy's hair was the rich coppery-auburn of a fox's pelt. It gleamed like rose gold under the floodlights, his short beard the exact colour as the stuff on his head. Big Red was doing it for her. Big time. And apparently, the feeling was mutual. — Eve Dangerfield
Auburn Sayings By Katie Ashley: Strand of auburn hair out of her face and tried smoothing it back into the Strand of auburn hair out of her face and tried smoothing it back into the knot at the base of her neck. Yes, this is exactly what I would want for my baby shower ... if I ever get to have one. A stabbing pain entered her heart before crisscrossing its way through — Katie Ashley
Auburn Sayings By Stephen King: I thought of kissing Astrid under the fire escape. I thought of Norm's rusty microbus I thought of kissing Astrid under the fire escape. I thought of Norm's rusty microbus and of his father, Cicero, sitting on the busted-down sofa in his old trailer, rolling dope in Zig-Zag papers and telling me if I wanted to get my license first crack out of the basket, I'd better cut my fucking hair. I thought of playing teen dances at the Auburn RolloDrome, and how we never stopped when the inevitable fights broke out between the kids from Edward Little and Lisbon High, or those from Lewiston High and St. Dom's; we just turned it up louder. I thought of how life had been before I realized I was a frog in a pot. I shouted: "One, two, you-know-what-to-do!" We kicked it in. Key of E. All that shit starts in E. — Stephen King
Auburn Sayings By Lauren Oliver: Do you ever think about him? About the boy who infected you?"Images flash in the Do you ever think about him? About the boy who infected you?"
Images flash in the darkness: a crown of auburn hair, like autumn leaves burning; the blur of a body, a shape running next to me; a dream-figure. "I try not to," I say.
"Why not?" Julian's voice is quiet.
I say, "Because it hurts. — Lauren Oliver
Auburn Sayings By Cole Gibsen: Riiiight," Braden said, jogging to Michelle's side. "Nothing says How have you been? like a Riiiight," Braden said, jogging to Michelle's side. "Nothing says How have you been? like a punch in the face." He pushed a stray lock of auburn hair beneath a bandana.
"Which reminds me." I held my hands up in a fight stance and motioned him closer with my fingers. "I haven't had a chance to say hello to you yet, Braden."
"Funny." He rolled his eyes but didn't move. — Cole Gibsen
Auburn Sayings By J.M. Madden: Gabe nodded a hello, a little shocked at the woman's appearance. She was a knockout. Gabe nodded a hello, a little shocked at the woman's appearance. She was a knockout. Dark auburn hair curling around her shoulders, pretty green eyes behind square black glasses. He looked back at Duncan but he was looking at the woman as well, and Gabe had been attached long enough to know that look. That was the 'I just want to look at you because you're so beautiful' look. He'd caught himself doing it with Julie more times than was probably acceptable. But he couldn't help himself. And judging by Duncan's look, he couldn't either. As — J.M. Madden
Auburn Sayings By Joseph J. Ellis: Burr had the dark and severe coloring of his Edwards ancestry, with black hair receding Burr had the dark and severe coloring of his Edwards ancestry, with black hair receding from the forehead and dark brown, almost black, eyes that suggested a cross between an eagle and a raven. Hamilton had a light peaches and cream complexion with violet-blue eyes and auburn-red hair, all of which came together to suggest an animated beam of light to Burr's somewhat stationary shadow. — Joseph J. Ellis
Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: What?!" Auburn says into the phone. "What kind of secret phrase is 'pencil dick'? What?!" Auburn says into the phone. "What kind of secret phrase is 'pencil dick'? — Colleen Hoover
Auburn Sayings By George Crabbe: Is there a place, save one the poet sees, A land of love, of liberty, Is there a place, save one the poet sees, A land of love, of liberty, and ease; Where labour wearies not, nor cares suppress Th' eternal flow of rustic happiness; Where no proud mansion frowns in awful state, Or keeps the sunshine from the cottage-gate; Where young and old, intent on pleasure, throng, And half man's life is holiday and song? Vain search for scenes like these! no view appears, By sighs unruffled or unstain'd by tears; Since vice the world subdued and waters drown'd, Auburn and Eden can no more be found. — George Crabbe
Auburn Sayings By Katherine Webb: The majority of my family is Auburn fans, and I grew up watching Auburn football, The majority of my family is Auburn fans, and I grew up watching Auburn football, and that's always who I've cheered for. — Katherine Webb
Auburn Sayings By Colleen Coble: Come in with us," she called. The moist sea air caused her auburn locks to Come in with us," she called. The moist sea air caused her auburn locks to curl. The thought that there might be an opportunity to kiss that smiling pink mouth nearly prompted him to obey. The slim tights of her swimming costume showed off the shape of her legs, and he couldn't take his eyes off her. She put Edward down, then stood with her hands on her hips. "Roll up your trousers. At least let the waves break at your ankles." "I didn't bring a swimsuit," John said. He grinned. "Besides, don't you know that sailors drown in an inch of water?" "Coward!" She staggered out of the sea, then paused to wring the water from her skirt. — Colleen Coble
Auburn Sayings By Stephanie Perkins: But Matt's the only guy I've ever gone out with,and he barely counts.I once told But Matt's the only guy I've ever gone out with,and he barely counts.I once told him I'd dated this guy named Stuart Thistleback at summer camp. Stuart Thistleback had auburn hair and played the stand-up bass, and we were totally in love,but he lived in Chattanooga and we didn't have our driver's licenses yet.
Matt knew I made it up,but he was too nice to say so. — Stephanie Perkins
Auburn Sayings By Les Miles: Congratulations to the Auburn team and coach Malzahn. The piece for us was that we Congratulations to the Auburn team and coach Malzahn. The piece for us was that we took some first and ten's and could not get a third down conversion. We kept putting the defense on the field. We tackled, we played hard, but offensively we did not execute. We are a work in progress. Certainly a group of men that are committed to fixing things. But frankly we did not get it done today. — Les Miles
Auburn Sayings By Marissa Meyer: She was indeed beautiful, as if someone had taken the scientific measurements of perfection and She was indeed beautiful, as if someone had taken the scientific measurements of perfection and used them to mold a single ideal specimen. Her face was slightly heart-shaped, with high cheekbones barely flushed. Auburn hair fell in silken ringlets to her waist and her unblemished ivory skin shimmered like mother-of-pearl in the sunshine. Her lips were red red red, looking like she'd just drunk a pint of blood. — Marissa Meyer
Auburn Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: My own eyes went to Jamie, who had come to join Fergus and Ian by My own eyes went to Jamie, who had come to join Fergus and Ian by the sideboard. Still here, thank God. Tall and graceful, the soft light making shadows in the folds of his shirt as he moved, a fugitive gleam from the long straight bridge of his nose, the auburn wave of his hair. Still mine. Thank God. — Diana Gabaldon
Auburn Sayings By John Heilpern: But my relief that David Auburn's Proof is less about its ballyhooed higher mathematics than But my relief that David Auburn's Proof is less about its ballyhooed higher mathematics than the fragility of life and love was matched by my delight in his fine and tender play. ( ... ) Proof surprises us with its aliveness and intelligent modesty, and we have not met these characters before. — John Heilpern
Auburn Sayings By Toni Morrison: Then summer came. A summer limp with the weight of blossomed things. Heavy sunflowers weeping Then summer came. A summer limp with the weight of blossomed things. Heavy sunflowers weeping over fences; iris curling and browning at the edges far away from their purple hearts; ears of corn letting their auburn hair wind down to their stalks. AND THE BOYS. The beautiful, beautiful boys who dotted the landscape like jewels, split the air with their shouts in the field, and thickened the river with their shining wet backs. EVEN THEIR FOOTSTEPS LEFT A SMELL OF SMOKE BEHIND! — Toni Morrison
Auburn Sayings By Karen Hawkins: Fiona, my love, as much as I adore you, I cannot stand your brothers. Any Fiona, my love, as much as I adore you, I cannot stand your brothers. Any of them."
"Gregor is much nicer now that he's married. Even you must admit that."
"Only when Venetia is with him. When she's not, he's as annoying as ever."
Fiona's lips quirked into a smile, her green eyes gleaming. "Rather like you, I hear."
"Who has been carrying tales?"
"Everyone." She placed her hand on her husband's cheek and smiled up into his blue eyes. With his dark auburn hair and devastating good looks, "Black Jack" Kincaid had once been the scourge of London's polite society. Now he was her own personal scourge, one she couldn't imagine living without. — Karen Hawkins
Auburn Sayings By Kate Alcott: And it's not red, it's auburn, and I'm not feisty or tempestuous or any of And it's not red, it's auburn, and I'm not feisty or tempestuous or any of the other things red hair is supposed to signify. Anyways, as I said, it's auburn. — Kate Alcott
Auburn Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: Her hair, the brightest shade of red he had ever seen, seemed to feed on Her hair, the brightest shade of red he had ever seen, seemed to feed on the firelight, glowing with incandescent heat. The slender wings of her brows and the heavy fringe of her lashes were a darker shade of auburn, while her skin was that of a true redhead, fair and a bit freckled on the nose and cheeks. Sebastian was amused by the festive scattering of little gold flecks, sprinkled as if by the whim of a friendly fairy. She had unfashionably full lips that were colored a natural rose, and large, round blue eyes... pretty but emotionless eyes, like those of a wax doll. — Lisa Kleypas
Auburn Sayings By Wendy Owens: Gabe watched, holding his breath as the figure slowly turned. The body moved in an Gabe watched, holding his breath as the figure slowly turned. The body moved in an almost unnatural way as it shifted and crawled slowly on all fours across the floor. When the candlelight at last fell on the figure, Gabe could make out the auburn hair of his beloved Sophie. Her hair was matted, greasy, and hung in her face.
Gabe saw her shoulders were hollow looking and her skin was almost glowing white. Gabe caught sight of Sophie's fingers, her knuckles were bloody, and her nails cracked and peeling. Instinctively, Gabe fell to his knees and crawled to Sophie. Without even giving it a thought, he grabbed her hands and pulled them closer to the light. — Wendy Owens
Auburn Sayings By C.G. Faulkner: The back barn door opened, and in walked a vision in a billowing green dress. The back barn door opened, and in walked a vision in a billowing green dress. As she led in her mare, Mr. McBride's voice faded away as Tom's total attention turned to the girl. About twenty-one or two, Tom guessed. Not too tall, nor short. Beautiful heart-shaped face decorated with rosy cheeks and light freckles. Long auburn hair tied back in a ponytail. Perfectly set green eyes. Full-bosomed and hourglass shaped. Breathtaking. — C.G. Faulkner
Auburn Sayings By David Auburn: One [of the two ideas for PROOF] was to write about two sisters who are One [of the two ideas for PROOF] was to write about two sisters who are quarreling over the legacy of something left behind by their father. The other was about someone who knew that her parent had had problems of mental illness [and that] she might be going through the same thing. — David Auburn
Auburn Sayings By Elle James: When he stood before her naked, he couldn't believe this beautiful woman, with the pale When he stood before her naked, he couldn't believe this beautiful woman, with the pale skin, flaming auburn hair, and eyes the color of spring hay, lay waiting for him.
Phoebe's cheeks flushed a pretty pink. "You look like you're hungry and ready to eat the proffered offering."
"I am, and I will. — Elle James
Auburn Sayings By Raymond Chandler: Her hair by daylight was pure auburn and on it she wore a hat with Her hair by daylight was pure auburn and on it she wore a hat with a crown the size of a whiskey glass and a brim you could have wrapped the week's laundry in. She wore it at an angle of approximately forty-five degrees, so that the edge of the brim just missed her shoulder. In spite of that it looked smart. Perhaps because of that. She — Raymond Chandler
Auburn Sayings By Karina Halle: They didn't care, which was too bad because I thought everyone should care that I They didn't care, which was too bad because I thought everyone should care that I fucked Perry last night and fucked her good. Perhaps I needed to get an airplane to write that in the sky. I knew an auburn-haired snatchslinger who needed to see it. — Karina Halle
Auburn Sayings By David Auburn: Let X equal the quantity of all quantities of X. Let X equal the cold. Let X equal the quantity of all quantities of X. Let X equal the cold. It is cold in December. The months of cold equal November through February. There are four months of cold, and four of heat, leaving four months of indeterminate temperature. In February it snows. In March the Lake is a lake of ice. In September the students come back and the bookstores are full. Let X equal the month of full bookstores. The number of books approaches infinity as the number of months of cold approaches four. I will never be as cold now as I will in the future. The future of cold is infinite. The future of heat is the future of cold. The bookstores are infinite and so are never full except in September... — David Auburn
Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: Auburn Mason Reed," I say out loud.What are the chances?I smile and run my thumb Auburn Mason Reed," I say out loud.

What are the chances?

I smile and run my thumb over the letters in her middle name. "We have the same middle name."

I look back up at Adam, and he's lowering his bed again with a faint smile on his face. "That could be fate, you know."

I shake my head, dismissing his comment. "I'm pretty sure she's your fate. Not mine."

His voice is strained, and it takes a tremendous amount of effort for him to roll onto his side. He closes his eyes and says, "Hopefully she has more than one fate, Owen. — Colleen Hoover
Auburn Sayings By Bo Jackson: The only thing I would change is during the summer - when I was working The only thing I would change is during the summer - when I was working my summer job, if I was smart, I would have taken flying lessons at Auburn. — Bo Jackson
Auburn Sayings By Richelle Mead: I can't have it either. It affects the babies in utero.""Nonsense," he said, tossing his I can't have it either. It affects the babies in utero."
"Nonsense," he said, tossing his long auburn hair over one shoulder. Life would be easier if he wasn't so damned good-looking. "Why, my mother drank wine every day, and I turned out just fine."
"I think you're proving my point for me," I said dryly — Richelle Mead
Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: If I knew how to stop the tears, I would. I don't want him to If I knew how to stop the tears, I would. I don't want him to hear me cry. I don't want him to know how upset I am that we can't have this every day of our lives. I don't want him to ask me what's wrong.
When he feels my tears falling against his chest, he doesn't do anything to stop them. Instead, he simply holds me with a much tighter grip and presses his cheek against the top of my head. His hand brushes softly through my hair.
"I know, baby," he whispers. "I know. — Colleen Hoover
Auburn Sayings By Irvine Welsh: It unsettles the women as they have dropped their disguise and are now giant praying It unsettles the women as they have dropped their disguise and are now giant praying mantis with blonde and auburn wigs, lipstick smeared on those deadly pincher-like insect jaws. — Irvine Welsh
Auburn Sayings By Pat Dye: Alabama fans love Alabama football. Auburn fans love Auburn. Alabama fans love Alabama football. Auburn fans love Auburn. — Pat Dye
Auburn Sayings By Brandon Jacobs: The stuff I went through at Auburn? It didn't matter anymore. I just wanted to The stuff I went through at Auburn? It didn't matter anymore. I just wanted to play football. — Brandon Jacobs
Auburn Sayings By Adrienne Rich: Birds and periodic blood.Old recapitulations.The fox, panting, fire-eyed,gone to earth in my chest.How beautiful we Birds and periodic blood.
Old recapitulations.
The fox, panting, fire-eyed,
gone to earth in my chest.
How beautiful we are,
he and I, with our auburn
pelts, our trails of blood,
our miracle escapes,
our whiplash panic flogging us on
to new miracles!
They've supplied us with pills
for bleeding, pills for panic.
Wash them down the sink.
This is truth, then:
dull needle groping for the spinal fluid,
weak acid in the bottom of the cup,
foreboding, foreboding.
No one tells the truth about truth,
that it's what the fox
sees from his scuffled burrow:
dull-jawed, onrushing
killer, being that
inanely single-minded
will have our skins at last. — Adrienne Rich
Auburn Sayings By Claire Matthews: It was so stupid, and random, but at that second, with the morning sun hitting It was so stupid, and random, but at that second, with the morning sun hitting her auburn hair, and her huge brown eyes fixed on him, the lock flew off the "do-not-allow-yourself-to-even-think-about-it" portion of his brain, and every feeling he ever had for her - feelings he never even realized he had for her - flooded over him like a tidal wave. Love, tenderness, desire - it hit him so hard he had to excuse himself, go to the men's room, rest his forehead against the cool metal of the bathroom stall, breathing heavily, wondering what the hell had just happened. It left him exhausted and spent, as if he'd just run a hundred miles.
And almost a year later, he was still exhausted, spent, frustrated ... and madly in love. — Claire Matthews
Auburn Sayings By Harper Lee: Miss Caroline was no more than twenty-one. She had bright auburn hair, pink cheeks, and Miss Caroline was no more than twenty-one. She had bright auburn hair, pink cheeks, and wore crimson fingernail polish. She also wore high-heeled pumps and a red-and-white-striped dress. She looked and smelled like a peppermint drop. She boarded across the street one door down from us in Miss Maudie Atkinson's upstairs front room, and when Miss Maudie introduced us to her, Jem was in a haze for days. — Harper Lee
Auburn Sayings By Jordin Sparks: I've performed in Auburn Hills, at The Palace, so I haven't really been in downtown I've performed in Auburn Hills, at The Palace, so I haven't really been in downtown Detroit, but I've been able to be here, and I can really see, what the city was. Like, I can feel why Motown started here and how amazing it was. — Jordin Sparks
Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: That won't be enough for me, Auburn. I can already tell. And whoever's favorite color That won't be enough for me, Auburn. I can already tell. And whoever's favorite color is blue won't stand a chance in this tent, because I'm about to make sure that the only thing she ever thinks about when she sees a tent again is Oh My God. — Colleen Hoover
Auburn Sayings By L.M. Montgomery: It would be so much easier to be good if one's hair was handsome auburn, It would be so much easier to be good if one's hair was handsome auburn, don't you think? — L.M. Montgomery
Auburn Sayings By Richard Flanagan: & she, armed with both & abandoning the joys of reason that had meant so & she, armed with both & abandoning the joys of reason that had meant so much to her as well as me, made a suitably advantageous marriage with an ironmonger with a face like an anvil & a soul like a slag, & so I never saw her freckles fade, her auburn hair dull, never had to watch our love turn to that non-colour, white.
-pg 115 — Richard Flanagan
Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: I grin. "Good night, OMG." He slowly shakes his head back and forth while his I grin. "Good night, OMG." He slowly shakes his head back and forth while his eyes narrow playfully. "You're lucky I like you, Auburn Mason Reed." With that, he closes the door. "Oh my God," I whisper. I think I might have a crush on that boy. — Colleen Hoover
Auburn Sayings By Rachel Hawkins: Auburn Tigers T-shirt. Auburn Tigers T-shirt. — Rachel Hawkins
Auburn Sayings By Cristen Rodgers: Summer rushes in on the heels of spring, eager to take her turn; and then Summer rushes in on the heels of spring, eager to take her turn; and then she dances with wild abandon. But the time soon comes when she gratefully falls, exhausted and sated, into the auburn arms of autumn. — Cristen Rodgers
Auburn Sayings By Erin Summerill: The leaves on the white-barked quaky trees around the nearby lake glow like embers, fiery The leaves on the white-barked quaky trees around the nearby lake glow like embers, fiery gold and auburn against the evergreens. The sight is a warm welcome home. — Erin Summerill
Auburn Sayings By Takeo Spikes: I'm so very happy to be here, ... My lifelong dream is to win, and I'm so very happy to be here, ... My lifelong dream is to win, and I was accustomed to winning before I got to Cincinnati. From Bantam League, to middle school, high school and at Auburn, I was always on winning teams. I just want to win again. — Takeo Spikes
Auburn Sayings By Kenneth Oppel: Everyone watched, wondering if this could be the same lunatic who'd nearly berthed his ornithopter Everyone watched, wondering if this could be the same lunatic who'd nearly berthed his ornithopter in the restaurant.
I swallowed, for it seemed he was headed straight for my table.
He pulled off his helmet and a mass of dark auburn hair spilled out. Off came the goggles, and I was looking at the beaming face of Kate de Vries. — Kenneth Oppel
Auburn Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: A government derives its powers from the just consent of the governed," I quoted, nodding. A government derives its powers from the just consent of the governed," I quoted, nodding. "For a Committee of Safety to have any legitimacy, there needs to be an obvious threat to the public safety. Clever of the Browns to have reasoned that out." He gave me a look, one auburn brow raised. "Who said that? The consent of the governed." "Thomas Jefferson," I replied, feeling — Diana Gabaldon
Auburn Sayings By Elana Johnson: I couldn't compete with Honesty, With her dark blonde hair streaked with auburn, With her I couldn't compete with Honesty,

With her dark blonde hair streaked with auburn,
With her captivating blue eyes,
With her legs that stretched into forever.
She had the brains,
The body,
The perfect resume for girlfriend.

And me?
I had the perfect resume for
Best friend.
All the boys said so. — Elana Johnson
Auburn Sayings By L.M. Montgomery: I took the brooch because I was too overcome with irresistible temptation. I was imagining I took the brooch because I was too overcome with irresistible temptation. I was imagining I was Lady Cordelia Fitzgerald, and I just had to wear the brooch over the footbridge of the Lake of Shining Waters, with the wind blowing my auburn hair over to Camelot. I thought I could put it back before you came home, but as I leaned over to look at my reflection in the lake, it slipped from my fingers and sank beneath the rippling waves. That's the best I can do at confessing. Now may I go to the picnic? — L.M. Montgomery
Auburn Sayings By Stephen R. Donaldson: The story of Terisa and Geraden began very much like a fable. She was a The story of Terisa and Geraden began very much like a fable. She was a princess in a high tower. He was a hero come to rescue her. She was the only daughter of wealth and power. He was the seventh son of the lord of the seventh Care. She was beautiful from the auburn hair that crowned her head to the tips of her white toes. He was handsome and courageous. She was held prisoner by enchantment. He was a fearless breaker of enchantments.
As in all the fables, they were made for each other. — Stephen R. Donaldson
Auburn Sayings By W. Somerset Maugham: Nor was Miss Wilkinson the ideal: he had often pictured to himself the great violet Nor was Miss Wilkinson the ideal: he had often pictured to himself the great violet eyes and the alabaster skin of some lovely girl, and he had thought of himself burying his face in the rippling masses of her auburn hair. He could not imagine himself burying his face in Miss Wilkinson's hair, it always struck him as a little sticky. — W. Somerset Maugham
Auburn Sayings By Jeff Sessions: I went to law school at Alabama and I grew up a loyal Auburn fan. I went to law school at Alabama and I grew up a loyal Auburn fan. I'm one of the few that wrestles with those issues sometimes, but we're really proud of them. Like the University of Alabama has almost doubled its enrollment. — Jeff Sessions
Auburn Sayings By J. Lynn: Racing up the wide staircase, I barreled through the double doors and smacked right into Racing up the wide staircase, I barreled through the double doors and smacked right into a brick wall.
Stumbling backward, my arms flailed like a cracked-out crossing guard. My over-packed messenger bag slipped, pulling me to one side. My hair
flew it front of my face, a sheet of auburn that obscured everything as I teetered dangerously.
Oh dear God, I was going down. There was no stopping it. Visions of broken necks danced in my head. This was going to suck so
Something strong and hard went around my waist, stopping my free fall. My bag hit the floor, spilling overpriced books and pens across the shiny
floor. My pens! My glorious pens rolled everywhere. A second later I was pressed against the wall.
The wall was strangely warm.
The wall chuckled.
"Whoa," a deep voice said. "You okay, sweetheart? — J. Lynn
Auburn Sayings By Guy De Maupassant: He had a fund of small talk, a pleasant voice, a caressing glance and his He had a fund of small talk, a pleasant voice, a caressing glance and his moustache was irresistible. Crisp and curly, it curved charmingly over his lip, fair with auburn tints, slightly paler where it bristled at the ends. — Guy De Maupassant
Auburn Sayings By Becca Fitzpatrick: It's brown." So maybe I had the teeniest, tiniest, most infinitesimal amount of auburn in It's brown." So maybe I had the teeniest, tiniest, most infinitesimal amount of auburn in my hair. I was still a brunette. "It's the lighting," I said.
"Yeah, maybe it's the lightbulbs." His smile brought up both sides of his mouth, and a dimple surfaced. — Becca Fitzpatrick
Auburn Sayings By Will Muschamp: It's not about being a head coach, I'd rather be a DC at Auburn and It's not about being a head coach, I'd rather be a DC at Auburn and win championships. — Will Muschamp
Auburn Sayings By Susan Meissner: Into the main part of the store. Off to get Kendal, I mouthed to Celine, Into the main part of the store. Off to get Kendal, I mouthed to Celine, and she nodded. I stepped out into the September afternoon. Behind me, Eighty-ninth Street stretched several blocks to Riverside Park, a favorite place of mine and Kendal's. Just ahead the intersection at Broadway sparkled with a steady stream of cars and our neighboring retailers' windows. A man walking his dog nodded a wordless hello, and a mom with a baby in a stroller bent to pop a pacifier back into her unhappy child's mouth. A delivery truck double-parked and the car behind it honked its disproval. The air held only a hint that summer was waning. September used to be my favorite month. I liked the way it sweetly bade the summer pastels away and showered the Yard's shelves with auburn, mocha, and every shade of red. September brought in the serious quilters, those who loved spending — Susan Meissner
Auburn Sayings By Zara Steen: My mother looked back at me while my father drove. Her long auburn hair was My mother looked back at me while my father drove. Her long auburn hair was shimmering in the flickers of light passing through the window from the oncoming highway traffic. Looking at her I admired her flawless, pearlescent skin. Her hazel eyes were flecked with bits of blue and teal like a true Mer. My mother was beautiful, and I looked nothing like her. — Zara Steen
Auburn Sayings By Ronald Reagan: I was raised to believe that God has a plan for everyone and that seemingly I was raised to believe that God has a plan for everyone and that seemingly random twists of fate are all a part of His plan. My mother - a small woman with auburn hair and a sense of optimism that ran as deep as the cosmos - told me that everything in life happened for a purpose. She said all things were part of God's Plan, even the most disheartening setbacks, and in the end, everything worked out for the best. If something went wrong, she said, you didn't let it get you down: You stepped away from it, stepped over it, and moved on. Later on, she added, something good will happen and you'll find yourself thinking - If I hadn't had that problem back then, then this better thing that did happen wouldn't have happened to me. — Ronald Reagan
Auburn Sayings By David Auburn: If I go back to the beginning, I could start it over again. I could If I go back to the beginning, I could start it over again. I could go line by line; try and find a shorter way. I could try to make it ... better. — David Auburn
Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: You are so, so beautiful, Auburn. Everywhere. Every part of you. On the outside, on You are so, so beautiful, Auburn. Everywhere. Every part of you. On the outside, on the inside, when you're beneath me, on top of me, painted on a canvas. — Colleen Hoover
Auburn Sayings By Daniel O'Malley: Behind those doors was, in a stunning anticlimax, another set of doors, which slid open. Behind those doors was, in a stunning anticlimax, another set of doors, which slid open. A lift. They descended for many floors, until it was clear that they were several stories beneath the ground. Neither of them said anything, but Myfanwy took the opportunity to eye her secretary in the mirrored walls. Ingrid was tall, in her late forties, and her auburn hair was immaculately coiffed. She was slim and fit-looking, as if she spent every afternoon playing tennis. She wore a few pieces of discreet gold jewelry, including a wedding ring. Myfanwy breathed in gently through her nose and smelled Ingrid's good perfume. The business suit she wore was of a light purple, and exquisitely cut. — Daniel O'Malley
Auburn Sayings By Mark Twain: When red-headed people are above a certain social grade their hair is auburn. When red-headed people are above a certain social grade their hair is auburn. — Mark Twain
Auburn Sayings By Colleen Hoover: I've never felt stronger than I feel when I'm with her. I've never felt like I've never felt stronger than I feel when I'm with her. I've never felt like I had purpose like I feel when I'm with her. — Colleen Hoover
Auburn Sayings By Christine Gregoire: Vernon Reis opened the world to me through books. He taught me that while I Vernon Reis opened the world to me through books. He taught me that while I was physically firmly planted in blue-collar Auburn, Washington in the 50s and early 60s, intellectually I could go anywhere, explore anything, and sample exciting new ideas simply by opening a book. — Christine Gregoire
Auburn Sayings By Sarah J. Maas: Arobynn looked exactly as he had the last time she'd seen him: a fine-boned aristo Arobynn looked exactly as he had the last time she'd seen him: a fine-boned aristo face, silky auburn hair that grazed his shoulders, and a deep-blue tunic of exquisite make, unbuttoned with an assumed casualness at the top to reveal the toned chest beneath. No sign at all of a necklace or chain. His long, muscled arm was draped across the back of the bench, and his tanned, scar-flecked fingers drummed a beat in time with the hall music. — Sarah J. Maas
Auburn Sayings By Cam Newton: Every time I come to Auburn it's nothing but love Every time I come to Auburn it's nothing but love — Cam Newton