The entry is contained in a red diary about the size of a pack of cards that recorded the last year of Stella Maria Miles Franklin’s life.
(Julie Power, ‘Miles Franklin’s secret diary discovered’, Sydney Morning Herald, 7 Mar. 2018)
And in Switzerland, instead of Mr King, I had another admirable teacher in Frau Karsten, a stern north German lady with grey hair in a ponytail, and she, like Mr King, rode a bicycle, sitting very upright with her grey hair bobbing along behind her.
(John le Carré, ‘Why we should learn German’, The Guardian, 2 July 2017)
For example, if you were dealing with a blind man, you could hold a red-hot poker near enough for him to feel the heat, and you could tell him that red is what he would see if he could see—but of course for the word ‘see’ you would have to substitute another elaborate description.
(Bertrand Russell, My Philosophical Development, §18.III)