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  • Lingering and musing here, he heard the steps of a horse at the foot of the hill, and soon there appeared in view an auburn pony with a girl on its back, ascending by the path leading past the cattle-shed.
  • The nearer boughs were beaded with the mist to the greyness of aged men, and the rusty-red leaves of the beeches were hung with similar drops, like diamonds on auburn hair.

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  • She has auburn hair.
  • The auburn-haired girl turned toward me.
    Rick Riordan  --  The Titan’s Curse

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