golden braid

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  • Info Golden Braid is a 1990 Australian film directed by Paul Cox, who later called it "quite a funny film, but very few people get it."
  • And I saw her, dead, with her golden braids on either side of her, smiling, in her white casket. Cited from Flower of the Dusk, by Myrtle Reed
  • Alice laughed as he looked admiringly at her long golden braids. Cited from Mary Jane--Her Visit, by Clara Ingram Judson
  • She slipped a knot of pale blue ribbon from the end of one of her long, golden braids, and gave it to him. Cited from Flower of the Dusk, by Myrtle Reed
  • Through that service I worshipped her golden braids and the pink roses on her leghorn hat. Cited from The Boss of Little Arcady, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • She curled her lips into an expression of supreme disgust, as she finished, and began to toy with the end of one golden braid. Cited from The Doctor's Daughter, by "Vera"
  • The golden braid rested by her neck as in childhood. Cited from Thyrza, George Gissing
  • From that point on she never looked back and won convincingly over favorite Bunting and Golden Braids who finished second and third respectively.
  • Never any style about him, Not imposing on parade, Couldn't make him look heroic, With no end of golden braid. Cited from Rhymes of the Rookies, by W. E. Christian
  • The golden braid, which Lydia had not troubled to undo, lay under her cheek. Cited from Thyrza, George Gissing
  • She stood there in her little white night-gown, which was not long enough to cover her bare pink feet, with a great golden braid hanging over either shoulder and far below her waist. Cited from Flower of the Dusk, by Myrtle Reed
  • The white gown trailed behind her as she walked, and the two golden braids, so like Barbara's, hung down over either shoulder and far below her waist. Cited from Flower of the Dusk, by Myrtle Reed
  • Miss Mehitable looked admiringly at the golden braids hanging over the pillows. Cited from In Apple-Blossom Time, by Clara Louise Burnham
  • The women with tow-coloured rat-tails expected to grow luxuriant black tresses and others with coarse scrubby black hair dreamed of having fine soft golden braids. Cited from The Curly-Haired Hen, by Auguste Vimar
  • A strange flag, curiously gay with stripes and stars, would fly above the customs house; strange men in uniforms of blue, and golden braid, would occupy the seats of power. Cited from Port O' Gold, by Louis John Stellman
  • They were both bareheaded, and the man's heavy black hair and curling black mustache, and the girl's coronal of golden braids and the profile of her fair face left no doubt about the two. Cited from Vanguards of the Plains, by Margaret McCarter
  • Barbara threw back a golden braid impatiently, wishing it were copper-coloured and had smooth, shiny waves in it, instead of fluffing out like an undeserved halo. Cited from Flower of the Dusk, by Myrtle Reed
  • So they looked at big ones and little ones-- at dolls with black eyes and dolls with blue -- at dolls with brown curls and dolls with golden braids, dolls dressed and dolls undressed. Cited from A Little Princess, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • The call for help that rings through space By which a vessel's course is stayed, Thrills me far more than fields of gore, Or heroes decked in golden braid -- I sing the warriors of trade. Cited from A Heap O' Livin', by Edgar A. Guest
  • She came back to the group of girls, flushed and lovely beyond compare, holding up the ravished end of that golden braid with a comic dismay, while her despoiler laughed coarsely from a distance and pinned the trophy to his coat lapel. Cited from The Boss of Little Arcady, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • They wear long, jet black or golden braids, adorned with multicolored silk bows and ribbons; a beautiful crown of wild flowers on their head; and a blue cape on a long thin white tunic, and carry in their hands a stick of wicker or hawthorn which shines in a different color every day of the week.