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  • From time to time this hand clenched tightly and spasmodically into a fist, large, heavy-boned and wicked-looking.

    THE HOBO AND THE FAIRY

  • Huge he was in all conscience, broad-shouldered, heavy-boned, and, despite the profound stoop of his shoulders, fully six feet in height.

    CHAPTER II

  • Stocky, thick-browed and heavy-boned, the Neanderthals last shared a common ancestor with the African precursors to modern humans about 500,000 years ago.

    Neanderthals and humans interbred, fossils indicate

  • Like Cormo, she had a broad, heavy-boned, swarthy face and black eyes, but there all resemblance ended.

    Tran Siberian

  • My Lady opened her traveling trunk, threw the heavy-boned garment down into it, and slammed the lid shut.

    The Mistress of Nothing

  •     I saw papers piled on a chair I somehow missed, reached beneath them, drew out a packet and discovered Betta, naked, dancing, heavy-boned, graceful.

    Creatures: A Memoir

  • I saw papers piled on a chair I somehow missed, reached beneath them, drew out a packet and discovered Betta, naked, dancing, heavy-boned, graceful.

    Creatures: A Memoir

  • USE IT ON: Large, thick-skinned, heavy-boned game.

    David E.

  • The Nosler Ballistic Tip is a highly streamlined bullet suitable for use on anything that is not heavy-boned or thick-skinned.

    David E.

  • USE IT ON: Whatever is big, thick-skinned, heavy-boned, and nasty.

    David E.

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