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“Here the children play with a doll-like toy as well, a katijat.”
“These, in turn, were crowded out by Japanese women, doll-like, stepping mincingly on wooden clogs; by Eurasians, delicate featured, stamped with degeneracy; by full-bodied South-Sea-Island women, flower-crowned and brown-skinned.”
“Emma Cunniffe, so good last summer in The Crucible at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, plays Nora, the doll-like wife of banker Torvald, played by Ken Bradshaw.”
“They were pretty in a way specifically designed to be slightly doll-like but commanding.”
“When it comes to Britney's plight, he still believes that once she dropped her "plastic doll-like" image and tried to live "an average life" the media and show business industry turned on her.”
“The doll-like face of the robot in The Alchemy of Stone bothers me a bit.”
“Well, this is a study in contrasts because the other chick is rocker Jessica Cunningham, wearing a "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas" short-short leather skirt while Thia is dressed in a doll-like pink chiffon thinggummy.”
“Accordingly, her idyllic, hyper-real dreamscapes are tinged with slightly disturbing, carnivalesque imagery, with doll-like, sculptural visages juxtaposed against bucolic backdrops.”
“I wasn't sure what to say, so I complimented the doll-like Ms. Linter on her own lashes, which were long, soft and thick.”
“His hair is still oddly orange, and hanging disconcertingly from his scalp in thick, doll-like clumps.”
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