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  • Money should wash them also, or at least money should bleach their descendants. Cited from The Mystery of Metropolisville, by Edward Eggleston
  • The song protest against black people bleaching their skin.
  • In the Edwardian era, women wore base and did not bleach their skin as much as they did in previous centuries.
  • Actors have been known to dye or bleach their hair to suit.
  • The movement asked that men and women stop straightening their hair and attempting to lighten or bleach their skin.
  • The group once again underwent a drastic change in appearance, taking on a distinctly gothic image, with most of the members bleaching their hair.
  • They later transitioned this "cute" image concept into a more darker tone with the release of their second and third albums, bleaching their hair and wearing dark make up.
  • The movement also encouraged men and women to stop trying to eliminate African-identified traits by straightening their hair and attempting to lighten or bleach their skin.
  • They just rocked there, with every tiny ripple of the water, and only woke up to see the warm sunlight bleaching their dainty, yellow heads. Cited from The Bobbsey Twins at the Seashore, by L. Hope
  • Especially it attacks books printed in the early part of this century, when paper-makers had just discovered that they could bleach their rags, and perfectly white paper, well pressed after printing, had become the fashion. Cited from The Enemies of Books, by William Blades
  • Auburn hair is especially admired, and many fine dames bleach their tresses in a caustic wash to obtain it. Cited from A Day In Old Athens, William Stearns Davis
  • Not even during the customary mourning period are they allowed to return to their normal fashions, but instead they compromise by bleaching their fur white in place of the white uniform they would be wearing.
  • However, some sellers of dried lotus seeds bleach their products with hydrogen peroxide, sodium hydroxide, or other more toxic chemicals.
  • The dark chiefs yelled alarm, and swore The white man's blood should flow, And his hewn bones should bleach their shore, TWO HUNDRED YEARS AGO! Cited from Sanders' Union Fourth Reader,by Charles W. Sanders
  • Christian Ngan founded Madlyn Cazalis to prevent young Africans from dangers of bleaching their skins, by encouraging natural well-adapted products.
  • According to Havana Marking, director of a documentary on the elections, by 9 a.m. people were bleaching their fingers and casting ballots twice.
  • Having already qualified, Romania bizarrely decided to bleach their hair before their last match against Tunisia, to the amusement of media who nicknamed them 'The Bleach Boys'.
  • Pattersons images imaginatively recreate portraits of young black males who bleach their skin, pluck their eyebrows and wear 'bling' jewellery to enhance their gangsta status.
  • Are they not waiting and praying for the war to end so that there may be petrol to buy and men returned from the front to cast off their bloodstained clothes and wash and bleach their blackened faces, to put themselves in a pretty livery and drive the ladies and their Pekinese once more? Cited from A Traveller in Little Things, by W. H. Hudson
  • We saw the trig country lasses bleaching their snow-white linen on the grass by the waterside, and they too were lilting their favourite songs, Logan Water, the Flowers of the Forest, and the Broom of the Cowdenknowes. Cited from The Life of Mansie Wauch, by David Macbeth Moir