(1) ├ö├ç├┐You were jumping so beautifully, and Minty looked so wonderful,├ö├ç├û she whispered, her fingers knotted in the sheets as she leaned close, speaking of his show-jumper, the gorgeous dun , ├ö├ç├┐The triple.├ö├ç├û(2) In mid-August, large hatches of a nighttime mayfly called the pale evening dun begin to appear.(3) But what I saw was a peaceful landscape dotted with one man ploughing with a dun mule.(4) Surrounding the cone on three sides were high walls of volcanic rock forming an amphitheater almost a mile and a half wide, a subtle palette of dun , gray, and beige.(5) Colours (ochre, sand and white) are taken from pre-Columbian and colonial houses, and are intended to respond to the endless layers of dry dun dust that blow up and down the coast.(6) In summer, the watercourse provides a green belt that distinguishes the town from the dun expanse that surrounds it.(7) This book is an unremitting account of misery, privation, and pointlessness in a world of dun landscapes, tormenting insects, malnutrition, and cultural stagnancy.(8) Tufts of balding, meager dun hair sprouted out from the man's scalp in every possible direction like a windblown bush, followed by wide, tangled eyebrows and small, beady, madly darting eyes which bulged from within a round, bloated face.(9) He laid the blanket on the back of the gaunt dun , moving his mouth - talking?(10) A white-fire blaze rang past her ear, and impacted the ground three paces before his gelding - the dun nickered it's anger at being so rudely startled, and danced around a moment.(11) She shifted uneasily beside him, and looked up the road again as he came trotting back astride his dun mare; he shook his head long before he reached them, and dismounted a few paces off.(12) Accepting the cup, she deftly uncorked the bottle and proceeded to cautiously shake finely ground, dun colored grains into the water.(13) Finally, he chuckled, and moved his own dun gelding up abreast of hers.(14) That first look down the length of the boardwalk, the black line of trees between sunset-fired sky and swamp, the dun bulk of a wild pony in the scrub or a heron's pose in a field of reeds├ö├ç┬¬ the moment is unique, but it moves all of us just the same.(15) But to fund its new law, Maryland needs to dun taxpayers across the state an extra $1.3 billion a year.(16) When the Republic took a village, they would allow the landlord to dun the peasants for the lost money, something which hardly endeared the ├ö├ç├┐democratic├ö├ç├û regime to its new citizens.