forty-six-year-old love

forty-six-year-old

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  • As the director, spokesman, and chief fund-raiser for the group, David had appeared several times on CNN himself, a hopelessly earnest forty-six-year-old activist in a threadbare tweed jacket, preaching about the need for international friendship and cooperation.

    The Omega Theory

  • So in 1997, I did what any other forty-six-year-old with a family, business, and a busy work calendar would do: I looked for the easiest course I could take to fulfill that requirement.

    COURAGE AND CONSEQUENCE

  • He was six feet four inches tall and wore a New York City–born-and-bred attitude on his forty-six-year-old face.

    Crystal Death

  • Locking up bad people for a living was immensely satisfying to the forty-six-year-old agent.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • Pamela is a forty-six-year-old mother of two adorable children, ages five and six.

    The Shopping Diet

  • And when they finally demanded that I had to stop keeping score and that I needed to play every future contest as an exhibition, I casually made the kind of statement sixteen-year-olds should not make to forty-six-year-old Midwestern housewives: “Why are you telling me how to do my job?”

    Chuck Klosterman on Sports

  • The same year that my grandmother retired and moved to Long Island, forty-six-year-old Feng Ying Jiang arrived in Chinatown.

    American Chinatown

  • James was a forty-six-year-old Wall Street executive who came to me for a cardiac stress test.

    The UltraMind Solution

  • Geoffrey Sanders had served as an ADA for Wayne County for nearly a decade, and rumor had it that the forty-six-year-old Harvard alum was posturing himself to become the head man.

    Street Judge

  • In 1912, by which time Beatrix Potter, the author of The Tale of Peter Rabbit, was a hugely successful forty-six-year-old writer and illustrator, she sent her publisher Harold Warne a new story, her darkest yet, called The Tale of Mr. Tod.

    The Heroine of Hill Top Farm

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