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AUBAmerican University of Beirut (Beirut, Lebanon)
AUBAuburn (University)
AUBAlstublieft (Dutch: If You Please)
AUBAhli United Bank
AUBAbnormal Uterine Bleeding
AUBApostolic United Brethren
AUBAsian University of Bangladesh (est. 1996; Bangladesh)
AUBAsymptotic Union Bound
AUBAdditive Upper Bound
AUBAbsolute Unitary Being (spirituality)
AUBAssociation des Usagers de la Bicyclette (French: Association of Bicycle Users; Besançon, France)
AUBAnalele Universitatii Bucuresti (Romanian: Annals of Bucharest University; Bucharest, Romania)
AUBAmsterdams Uitbureau (Dutch arena; Amsterdam, Netherlands)
AUBAssociation pour l'Aide aux Urémiques Chroniques de Bretagne (French: Association for Assistance of Chronic Uremia Brittany)
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As if he had learned to care for some one a great deal more than for himself," answered Polly, with sudden color in her cheeks, and a sudden softening of the voice, as her eyes turned away from Tom, who was the picture of a complacent dandy, from the topmost curl of his auburn head to the tips of his aristocratic boots.
It can't be denied your hair is terrible red; but I knew a girl once--went to school with her, in fact--whose hair was every mite as red as yours when she was young, but when she grew up it darkened to a real handsome auburn.
Oh, I could endure anything if I only thought my hair would be a handsome auburn when I grew up.
Do you suppose my hair will really be a handsome auburn when I grow up?
This head with the auburn hair and hazel eyes is quite attractive.
There were heads with golden hair, brown hair, rich auburn hair and black hair; but none with gray hair.
Nothing told me then that she, a few years hence, would be the wife of one entirely unknown to me as yet, but destined hereafter to become a closer friend than even herself, more intimate than that unmannerly lad of seventeen, by whom I was collared in the passage, on coming down, and well-nigh jerked off my equilibrium, and who, in correction for his impudence, received a resounding whack over the sconce, which, however, sustained no serious injury from the infliction; as, besides being more than commonly thick, it was protected by a redundant shock of short, reddish curls, that my mother called auburn.
She was about six and twenty, rather tall and very slender, her hair was neither chestnut nor auburn, but a most decided bright, light red; her complexion was remarkably fair and brilliant, her head small, neck long, chin well turned, but very short, lips thin and red, eyes clear hazel, quick, and penetrating, but entirely destitute of poetry or feeling.
cap, and I admired the great loose waves of her auburn hair, and the smallness and whiteness of the hand she held out to claim her tea.
Lady Bareacres' hair, which was then dark, was now a beautiful golden auburn, whereas Lord Bareacres' whiskers, formerly red, were at present of a rich black with purple and green reflections in the light.
That, and Auburn, are, I believe, the largest and best examples of the silent system.
In this young sportsman, distinguished by a crisply curling auburn head and a bluff countenance, the Secretary descried the orphan.