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“Episode one of The Apprentice had the same narrative arc: the men's team crashed and burned, while the women's successfully offloaded tubs of grotesque-looking veggie pasta to no offence dupes at Euston and Canary Wharf, demonstrating that – hell, yeah – British business acumen is undiminished.”
“I can't see what the grotesque-looking bride & groom dolls reeaally look like...but that is a GOOD thing.”
“Instead, we get to sample some of the treats here and abroad, like a memorable spot featuring a truly grotesque-looking woman strolling the streets of the city as men literally stumble over themselves to get a better look at her.”
“You pray that this grotesque-looking child is mentally deficient”
“You pray that this grotesque-looking child is mentally deficient as well.”
“I fancied while we were still far off that I saw some other and very grotesque-looking creatures scuttle into the bushes upon the slope; but I saw nothing of these as we drew nearer.”
“Unfortunately no photos are provided in the story, but journalist Alicia Chang AP Science Writer! offers some colorful descriptions of the spiders, as, variously, "grotesque-looking," "bizarre-looking," and "bugs.”
“A grotesque-looking lady wearing a bustle (Anna mentally undressed the woman, and was appalled at her hideousness), and a little girl laughing affectedly ran down the platform.”
“In any event, the “wolf” was followed by some others, and then came a grotesque-looking animal.”
“Having on occasion dealt with the eminently reasonable yet harrowingly grotesque-looking thranx, he anticipated no difficulty in sitting down at the table with one or more nonhumans who resembled tridee luminaries more than visiting aliens.”
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