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“She caught their reflection in the hallway mirror -- - a distinguished-looking, tall man with white-flecked brown hair and glasses, a petite, curly-haired woman, her arms crossed over her chest, each readying to leap into that same, bottomless argument.”
“He was a distinguished-looking man with long, waxed mustachios.”
“He was a distinguished-looking man with a long, waxed mustachio.”
“She appeared in more than 120 movies over the following twenty-three years, usually portraying distinguished-looking society women.”
“In Britain, it would have meant the tall, slim and distinguished-looking Neville Chamberlain winning out over the tubby, bald Winston Churchill.”
“However right Andrew Roberts may be about our obsession with candidates looking presidential, he is wrong in saying, "In Britain, it would have meant the tall, slim and distinguished-looking Neville Chamberlain winning out over the tubby, bald Winston Churchill.”
“He watched as Ivan Allen, spotting a distinguished-looking man in a clerical collar, pulled him up to the car roof.”
“And as for appearance, he was the most distinguished-looking man in our society.”
“Seconds later, in something of a daze, I stood near the grave alone except for a distinguished-looking old black man who stood nearby as calmly as if waiting for a train.”
“White, a distinguished-looking man in a white shirt and red V-neck sweater, spotted a smiling, portly, bearded chap with a gray ponytail walking up to him with a suitcase.”
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