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Carrion Clay by Matt McHugh



A rose by any other name
probably wouldn't sell as well.



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Carrion Clay


     Sometimes the name they give you is all wrong. It's really just meant to be an identifier, a vaguely descriptive, two-word phrase that lets someone talk about a particular shade with their salesman or spouse. "Honey, do you prefer the Autumn Sand or the Copper Slate?" or "Can I get two gallons of the Alpine Storm?" "Is Harbor Mist available in semi-gloss?" Just makes it easier for everybody.


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