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  • The race of men was to her a race of garmented bipeds, with hands and faces and hair-covered heads.

    Chapter 4

  • His hair-covered face was inches from hers, and the stench of him was nearly overwhelming.

    Judge deveraux

  • He worshipped a real and indubitable god, not fashioned in his own four-legged, hair-covered image, but in the flesh-and-blood image, two-legged, hairless, upstanding, of Steward.

    CHAPTER XIV

  • Mysterious, hair-covered Bassnectar played the loudest set of the weekend.

    Farryn Weiner: The View From Electric Zoo Music Festival in New York City

  • A chunk of his hair-covered skull was on the seat next to him.

    The Kennedy Detail

  •   Unlike my father, who had dressed in his tan slacks and yellow shirt with a plain blue tie, Bill was disheveled and untucked, his yellowed T-shirt rising up to reveal a hair-covered navel.

    The Boundary Line

  • If adam and eve looked like us, how and why did our species regress into knuckle-dragging, hair-covered beings?

    Kirk Cameron attempts to debunk Darwin

  • The hair-covered form swam through the water and sought out a snail, and once it had penetrated a snail, the parasite transformed itself into the shapeless bag.

    Parasite Rex

  • Perissodactyla and all the other orders of hair-covered, milk-producing animals are grouped together in a "class," Mammalia.

    Lazarus, Elvis, zombies and Jimmy Hoffa

  • Unlike my father, who had dressed in his tan slacks and yellow shirt with a plain blue tie, Bill was disheveled and untucked, his yellowed T-shirt rising up to reveal a hair-covered navel.

    The Boundary Line

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