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the green team the red team and the yellow team

Those of you involved in distributing entrance tickets will be on the yellow team

and we've also put those of you who'll be staffing the information booths around the conference centre on the yellow team

so you'll be getting a yellow Tshirt

but because of the sheer numbers all waiting staff will be on the yellow team

All was still and dark save only that brilliant yellow screen in front of us with the black figure outlined upon its centre

I heard a little sigh of satisfaction as he cuddled the butt into his shoulder and saw that amazing target the black man on the yellow ground standing clear at the end of his foresight

Her face had turned a milky yellow colour making her mouth look redder than ever

Winston saw her face yellow with pain with her eyes tightly shut as they took her away from him

There was an explosion of yellow light

Then he took the cigarette out of his mouth and smiled with his yellow teeth.

The shopkeeper smiled at me with his yellow teeth.

On the floor were big piles of the best Christmas food wonderful rich dark cakes, warm soft bread, colourful apples and oranges, plates of yellow butter, cooked chickens, boxes of chocolates and sugared sweets.

They were thin and poorly dressed, with cold, mean eyes and dry, yellow skin, and their faces showed only a frightening and murderous hate.

The windows became bright; smoke and yellow flames climbed into the sky.

They found him, lying in the sun ten metres of brown and yellow snake, beautiful and dangerous

But they say bad things about you, and call you old yellow fish, I hear

He always enjoyed seeing the happiness that the travelers experienced when, after weeks of yellow sand and blue sky, they first saw the green of the date palms.

The tribesman who was searching the alchemist's belongings found a small crystal flask filled with a liquid, and a yellow glass egg that was slightly larger than a chicken's egg.

When the lead had become liquid, the alchemist took from his pouch the strange yellow egg.

it was summer; the cornfields were yellow, the oats were green,

The leaves in the forest turned yellow and brown;

and often pictured to themselves the yellow leaves on the trees at home.

One morning it had quite opened, and its little snow white petals stood round the yellow centre, like the rays of the sun.

The yellow centre in the daisy did indeed look like gold, while the little petals shone as brightly as silver.

In the Au grow the yellow water lilies and brown feathery reeds;

who is quite an old quiet personage, an oddity, with his hose of eel skin, and his scaly Jacket with the yellow lilies for buttons,

and beneath them what a profusion of luxuriant green, and of flowers red like flame, yellow as amber, or white as new fallen snow!

And as weeks passed by, the peas became yellow, and the shell became yellow.

All the world is turning yellow, I suppose, said they, and perhaps they were right.

but alas! they were all withered and yellow, and it lay in a corner amongst weeds and nettles.

It could be a simple, yellow, smiley face; or something like a dancing lady; or even a bowl of noodles

And, with her basket and her parasol, there she was again, ten minutes later, giving out a sense of being ready, of being equipped for a jaunt, which, however, she must interrupt for a moment, as they passed the tennis lawn, to ask Mr Carmichael, who was basking with his yellow cat's eyes ajar,

all the house; all the world; all the people in it, for he had slipped into his glass at lunch a few drops of something, which accounted, the children thought, for the vivid streak of canary yellow in moustache and beard that were otherwise milk white.

She paused a moment. But now, she said, artists had come here. There indeed, only a few paces off, stood one of them, in Panama hat and yellow boots, seriously, softly, absorbedly, for all that he was watched by ten little boys, with an air of profound contentment on his round red face gazing, and then, when he had gazed, dipping; imbuing the tip of his brush in some soft mound of green or pink.