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  • The aviator-style specs, which Gucci says are "intended for movie theater use only," will run $225.

    Overheard: Mile-High Returns

  • In each of the earlier three robberies, police said, the suspect wore a fishing-style hat, blue jeans and the aviator-style sunglasses.

    Man sought in four D.C. robberies

  • He wore a yellow, patterned polo-style, shirt, blue jean shorts, a dark baseball cap and oversized aviator-style sunglasses in the latest robbery, police said.

    Man sought in four D.C. robberies

  • Tom Ford, Gucci, and Ray-Ban aviator-style glasses are my favorite.

    Rinnavation

  • Fifties, thin, aviator-style glasses with urine-yellow lens, sitting alone by the tent where the band played, watching the girls.

    Monday, Sept. 21 – The Bleat.

  • At some point, Yankovic will switch into an old bowling shirt or thick, aviator-style glasses, his standard uniform in the '80s and '90s: Yankovic has been imitating others for so long that nowadays he occasionally has to imitate himself.

    Weird Al: Forefather of the YouTube Spoof

  • Later, I noticed a pair of S. D.'s mirrored Giorgio Armani aviator-style sunglasses.

    American Beat: My Terrorist Friends

  • He was speaking to a woman around thirty – with waist-length chestnut hair and aviator-style glasses, dressed in a short skirt.

    State of the Union

  • Nevertheless, green golf slacks extended from the hem of his white coat and a pair of tinted aviator-style glasses gripped his hairless head.

    Middlesex

  • I'm normally in smaller wire frames, after a couple decades of wearing aviator-style lenscraft.

    grouse Diary Entry

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