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  • Two poems revealed themselves to the bald-headed gray-bearded old poet on this fine natal morning.

    One for me & One for Jerry Lee

  • One of the released video files, apparently shot during an unguarded moment, shows a gray-bearded bin Laden watching television.

    CIA Releases bin Laden Videos, Says He Was Active Terrorist Commander

  • These days, whenever I think of my hometown, I can't help but remember the old, gray-bearded guy I saw hunched over his cane, panhandling near Greektown.

    Susan Schindehette: 8 Mile, Revisited

  • Had the gray-bearded leader not caught sight of the woman, he would never have left the security of his woodcutting party.

    Fire The Sky

  • Another shows a gray-bearded bin Laden, wrapped in a brown blanket, watching broadcast news coverage of himself on a small television, occasionally surfing the channels with a remote control.

    Bin Laden asserted self as al-Qaeda leader until the end

  • You're lying if you say different, said one gray-bearded guard.

    Roles Reversed at Libyan Jail Protest

  • The letter, neatly folded and placed under the front door, was addressed to Nisar Ahmad's father, a gray-bearded schoolteacher who could not have been prouder that his son had graduated from Kandahar University and had secured a well-paying job as a field assistant here for the U.N. Development Program.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: September 14, 2009

  • They saw a gray-bearded man clad in streaming oilskins.

    CHAPTER IV

  • There was something fitting about the sight of the world's most notorious terrorist, in those now-famous home videos from Abbottabad, a prematurely gray-bearded man huddled in a blanket, watching himself over and over on television, a grotesque irrelevance to everyone but himself and his dwindling band of supporters.

    An Arab Spring in Their Step

  • The frail, gray-bearded man can be seen most days riding his bicycle and collecting cans around town to recycle for spare change.

    Heroes or Villains?

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