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“Secretary of Defense Panetta, who's known as a flinty-eyed budget cutter, is acting like the military's defender-in-chief in his new post, even though he and his new deputy secretary, Ashton Carter, also a budget hawk undoubtedly realize that the Pentagon is facing some serious slashing and burning.”
“Punch makes a great comic foil for Diaz's flinty-eyed scheming, as does John Michael Higgins, who plays a principal with a dolphin fixation who is easily manipulated by the slinky Elizabeth.”
“Legends, the flinty-eyed generals knew, could be dangerous things.”
“With deepening despair I listened to flinty-eyed Alexis offer apologies instead of ideas.”
“Look, he waited for us," she said, scooping the cat into her arms, which was not an easy thing to do since he stiffened himself into a straight-legged, flat-eared, flinty-eyed scowl of a cat.”
“News: MURPHY, Texas - A sting in which police teamed up with 'Dateline NBC' to catch online pedophiles was supposed to send a flinty-eyed, Texas-style warning about this Dallas suburb: Don't mess with Murphy.”
“In politics, especially of the American variety, this means you're either a bleeding-heart, pinko, atheistic commie or a flinty-eyed, redneck, heartless fascist.”
“Soon, it became clear there was a new set of rules to be followed, an etiquette dictated by one of the flinty-eyed girls at the table Ryan would never be invited to sit at in the cafeteria.”
“I could see that the iron bothered her; it bothered Soldier's Boy even more, for the heavy blade hovered not a handspan from his heart and the man who held it was flinty-eyed and smiling.”
“Does this make me a cold-hearted, flinty-eyed mercenary?”
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