Si elle est noire, comme cela arrive plus ordinairement, elle est alors en blonde: il y a de ces mantilles qui coutent cinq cent, mille, et jusqu'a deux mille francs." A good deal of lace, principally of the less elaborate and cheaper kinds, was formerly manufactured in the kingdom of Valencia. Cabanillas wrote in that at. Matterson stood in his door, looking after the old man until he turned a bend in the street, and was out of sight. Matterson closed the door, and turning, inadvertently, to the rear of the picture that hung face outward in the window, he gazed at the lithograph as the strong sunlight penetrating in half-tone through the paper. Blond (male), blonde (female), or fair hair, is a hair color characterized by low levels of the dark pigment eumelanin. The resultant visible hue depends on various factors, but always has some sort of yellowish color. The color can be from the very pale blond (caused by a patchy, scarce distribution of pigment) to reddish. During the Ice Age, when even cavemen were Genetic analysis in also found that people of the Afanasevo culture which flourished in the Altai Mountains were genetically identical to Yamnaya Proto-Indo-Europeans and that they did not carry genetic alleles for blonde hair or light eyes. As in southern Spain, the skin color is evenly divided between a light brown, 45 per cent, and brunet-white, 45 per cent, while pinkish-white skins are found in only one-tenth of the population. Baynham eds , Alexander the Great in Fact and Fiction. Monroe, Michigan, United States of America. A maenad holding a cupid , Pompeii, 1st century AD. Can men tell when a woman is fertile? Beautiful mature blonde Molly gives a sloppy rimjob. Juvenal wrote in a satirical poem that Messalina , Roman empress of noble birth, would hide her black hair with a blonde wig for her nightly visits to the brothel: In colloquial Quebec French , "ma blonde" means "my girlfriend", regardless of the color of the specific woman's hair. American Heritage 's Book of English Usage propounds that, insofar as "a blonde" can be used to describe a woman but not a man who is merely said to possess blond e hair, the term is an example of a " sexist stereotype [whereby] women are primarily defined by their physical characteristics. Genetic analysis in also found that people of the Afanasevo culture which flourished in the Altai Mountains were genetically identical to Yamnaya Proto-Indo-Europeans and that they did not carry genetic alleles for blonde hair or light eyes.