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“Dr. Seuss' tale of a small-hearted, green-faced fiend who schemes to steal Christmas from the whimsical Whos of Whoville is a ghoulishly heartwarming delight from start to finish.”
“Choking and gagging, Jamie manfully drank as much as he could manage before subsiding, green-faced and gasping, against the bulkhead.”
“He locked his jaw as Haunted House gathered his muscles and launched his half-ton weight at the green-faced birch.”
“When another girl is found with her throat ripped out, a Paris reporter begins to uncover the deadly secrets of the lake and the dead, green-faced Nazis who are aroused to action!”
“Bring on the anxious draftees in their boxy, pinstriped suits; bring on Chris Berman, Mel Kiper Jr. and their lungs full of hype; bring on those New York Jets fans and their green-faced psychodramas in the mezzanine.”
“A picture on the wall of a green-faced, drunken-looking woman, cracked right across.”
“When I think witchcraft, I think of a green-faced, broom-carrying, wart-nose cackling woman that's up to no good.”
“Rick Bailly points to the archetypical Halloween figure, the green-faced wart-nosed witch, as an example.”
“The most noticeable instance was a pair of green-faced eight-day clocks, ticking alternately, which were severally two and half minutes and three minutes striking the hour of twelve, one proclaiming, in”
“A policeman with noiseless feet showed me an inn woven of moonshine, a green-faced man opened to us, and there I abode the night.”
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