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Ulysses
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  • Dust slept on dull coils of bronze and silver, lozenges of cinnabar, on rubies, leprous and winedark stones.
  • Bronze by gold, Miss Kennedy’s head by Miss Douce’s head, appeared above the crossblind of the Ormond hotel.
  • Above the crossblind of the Ormond hotel, gold by bronze, Miss Kennedy’s head by Miss Douce’s head watched and admired.
  • Bronze by gold heard the hoofirons, steelyringing Imperthnthn thnthnthn.
  • Tink cried to bronze in pity.
  • By bronze, by gold, in oceangreen of shadow.
  • Bronze by gold, miss Douce’s head by miss Kennedy’s head, over the crossblind of the Ormond bar heard the viceregal hoofs go by, ringing steel.
  • She darted, bronze, to the backmost corner, flattening her face against the pane in a halo of hurried breath.
  • A haughty bronze replied: —I’ll complain to Mrs de Massey on you if I hear any more of your impertinent insolence.
  • Yes, bronze from anear, by gold from afar, heard steel from anear, hoofs ring from afar, and heard steelhoofs ringhoof ringsteel.
  • Miss bronze unbloused her neck.
  • —Here he was, miss Douce said, cocking her bronze head three quarters, ruffling her nosewings.
  • Miss Douce chimed in in deep bronze laughter, shouting: —And your other eye!
  • They threw young heads back, bronze gigglegold, to let freefly their laughter, screaming, your other, signals to each other, high piercing notes.
  • Yes, gold from anear by bronze from afar.
  • But sister bronze outsmiled her, preening for him her richer hair, a bosom and a rose.
  • Sparkling bronze azure eyed Blazure’s skyblue bow and eyes.
  • Yes, bronze from anearby.
  • Bronze by the window, watched, bronze from afar.
  • Bronze by the window, watched, bronze from afar.
  • They pined in depth of ocean shadow, gold by the beerpull, bronze by maraschino, thoughtful all two.
  • Gold by bronze heard iron steel.
  • Bronze by a weary gold, anear, afar, they listened.
  • Bronze, listening, by the beerpull gazed far away.
  • Bronze gazed far sideways.
  • It burns, the orient, a sky of sapphire, cleft by the bronze flight of eagles.
  • Where bronze from anear?
  • But he, the young chief of the O’Bergan’s, could ill brook to be outdone in generous deeds but gave therefor with gracious gesture a testoon of costliest bronze.
  • He saw not bronze.
  • Bronze whiteness.
  • Near bronze from anear near gold from afar they chinked their clinking glasses all, brighteyed and gallant, before bronze Lydia’s tempting last rose of summer, rose of Castile.
  • Near bronze from anear near gold from afar they chinked their clinking glasses all, brighteyed and gallant, before bronze Lydia’s tempting last rose of summer, rose of Castile.
  • By the sandwichbell in screening shadow Lydia, her bronze and rose, a lady’s grace, gave and withheld: as in cool glaucous eau de Nil Mina to tankards two her pinnacles of gold.
  • Bronze and rose.
  • Shrill, with deep laughter, after, gold after bronze, they urged each each to peal after peal, ringing in changes, bronzegold, goldbronze, shrilldeep, to laughter after laughter.
  • Encore, enclap, said, cried, clapped all, Ben Dollard, Lydia Douce, George Lidwell, Pat, Mina Kennedy, two gentlemen with two tankards, Cowley, first gent with tank and bronze miss Douce and gold MJiss Mina.
  • By rose, by satiny bosom, by the fondling hand, by slops, by empties, by popped corks, greeting in going, past eyes and maidenhair, bronze and faint gold in deepseashadow, went Bloom, soft Bloom, I feel so lonely Bloom.
  • BLOOM: (In babylinen and pelisse, bigheaded, with a caul of dark hair, fixes big eyes on her fluid slip and counts its bronze buckles with a chubby finger, his moist tongue lolling and lisping) One two tlee: tlee tlwo tlone.
  • His spellbound eyes went after, after her gliding head as it went down the bar by mirrors, gilded arch for ginger ale, hock and claret glasses shimmering, a spiky shell, where it concerted, mirrored, bronze with sunnier bronze.
  • His spellbound eyes went after, after her gliding head as it went down the bar by mirrors, gilded arch for ginger ale, hock and claret glasses shimmering, a spiky shell, where it concerted, mirrored, bronze with sunnier bronze.
  • Against the dark wall a figure appears slowly, a fairy boy of eleven, a changeling, kidnapped, dressed in an eton suit with glass shoes and a little bronze helmet, holding a book in his hand.
  • The bride who was given away by her father, the M’Conifer of the Glands, looked exquisitely charming in a creation carried out in green mercerised silk, moulded on an underslip of gloaming grey, sashed with a yoke of broad emerald and finished with a triple flounce of darkerhued fringe, the scheme being relieved by bretelles and hip insertions of acorn bronze.
  • ) about her bronze, over the bar where bald stood by sister gold, inexquisite contrast, contrast inexquisite nonexquisite, slow cool dim seagreen sliding depth of shadow, eau de Nil.
  • (Bronze by gold they whisper.
  • He smiled at bronze’s teabathed lips, at listening lips and eyes: —The Úlite of Erin hung upon his lips.
  • (Zoe Higgins, a young whore in a sapphire slip, closed with three bronze buckles, a slim black velvet fillet round her throat, nods, trips down the steps and accosts him.

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  • She received the bronze medal at the Olympics.
  • The sculpture of a bull made on Wall Street is made of bronze.

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