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  • Throw in the Black Canary in full assault mode and you have yourself one macho, beardly comic.

    GREEN ARROW #28 DC Comics, 1989

  • C is rat arsed because they are a new student trying to fit in the weirdly beardly run city of York and happen to a long way off calibrating their capacity for drink.

    Archive 2007-09-16

  • I saw the pictures, too, and said: "hey, it's the beardly one!"

    i'm still alive!

  • In describing his beardly ambitions and business plan, it only vaguely occurs to him that he has built his life around a sham title - king of the beard dorks - and that without it, he'd have no livelihood.

    The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines - The Washington Post

  • Abbreviating the band name to the Weight was either a beardly ironic ha-ha on the traditionally beer-bellied emotions of rural dude rock, or a full-circle cycle back to post-irony.

    CMJ New Music News

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  • So if it's shorter than that, you're merely beardish?

    March 4, 2008

  • To be considered beardly, one's beard must be at least an inch, preferably 2 inches wide, and slightly bushy.

    March 4, 2008