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Upon which Iamblichus, who chanced to be sitting on the fountain's edge where the stream flowed out, put his hand on the water, and, having uttered a few words, called up from the depths of the fountain a fair-skinned lad, not over-tall, whose golden locks fell in sunny curls over his breast and back, so that he looked like one fresh from the bath; and then, going to the other spring, and doing as he had done before, called up another Amoretto like the first, save that his long-flowing locks now seemed black, now shot with sunny gleams.
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He was an exceedingly tall and graceful personage, of that sangre azul which marked high Visigothic descent; golden-haired and fair-skinned, with hands as small and white as a woman's; his lips were delicate but thin, and compressed closely at the corners of the mouth; and his pale blue eye had a glassy dulness.
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But even Perlin likes the appearance of the people: "The men are handsome, rosy, large, and dexterous, usually fair-skinned; the women are esteemed the most beautiful in the world, white as alabaster, and give place neither to Italian, Flemish, nor German; they are joyous, courteous, and hospitable (de bon recueil).
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Elizabeth at twenty, on her bridal day, was slender, lithe, fair-skinned; of Scotch-Irish descent, her gray eyes bespoke her efficiency-to-day, they spoke her pride, though neither to-day nor in years to come were they often softened by love.
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It was singular, too, that Richards's description of the girl was that of a different and superior type-the hidalgo, or fair-skinned Spanish settler.
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Examples of Fair-skinned

Example #1
The story of the raising of Eros and Anteros may be found in his life by Eunapius.
Example #2
The Ancient Mariner_, Part IV.
Example #3
In spite of his beauty and his carriage, Amyas shrank from him instinctively; and yet he could not help holding out his hand in return, as the Spaniard, holding out his, said languidly, in most sweet and sonorous Spanish- "I kiss his hands and feet.
Example #4
As he spoke, the Spaniard came forward, still in his armor, all save his head, which was bound up in a handkerchief.
Example #5
If one, it is now admitted, can do nothing else in this world, he can write, and so the evil widens and widens.
Example #6
And these people, bred on this pabulum, in turn make books.