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“It's a cool-looking preparation, though you definitely want to stir it with a straw before drinking.”
“There are some cool-looking movies in contention, and many more yet to be announced that aren't competing.”
“At least it allows Wight to draw lots of cool-looking car sequences that reminded me of the Wacky Races.”
“Happy-looking people wearing cool-looking clothes were mingling around.”
“I was sitting in the German headquarters of Unilever a few weeks ago--it's an incredible eco-building that is very modern and cool-looking--and was talking to their head of supply chain.”
“It depicted a cool-looking guy, his hair slicked back with Vitalis or Wildroot Cream Oil, squiring an attractive girl with a pageboy hairdo while a less cool guy fumed in the foreground.”
“The iPad is cool-looking and seems to have a considerable amount of computing power — why not just let people come up with whatever they want to put on it?”
“Hmmm … I always wanted one, but this always seemed like a really cool-looking, albeit useless-in-real-life kit.”
“But the cool-looking buck had finally come home, and it was neat to see him up close and personal!”
“On top of that, he on several occasions convincingly demonstrates his total awesomeness by disdaining the planet's poisonous atmosphere, firing cool-looking guns, drinking coffee during a mission, piloting a mech, and dodging various literal and figurative bullets.”
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