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  • Vintage for guys also comes in the form of heavy-browed frames, like those seen on the ad guys on TV's Mad Men as well as John Lennon-inspired wire styles, and preppy, tortoise shell frames.

    Put new style into your eyeglass wear this fall

  • The heavy-browed, sultry-voiced Scott graced 22 movies, primarily film noirs made between 1945-57 in which she played one of the genre's most babe-o-licious troubled women.

    VOICES THIS WEEK: Shoup, Levine, Seed, Frank

  • Everyone who actually got within hollering distance of the animal agrees that the black was a wild horse so unlike any other that he might have been thawed from some Ice Age bog, a large, ferocious, predatory carnivore of the sort that once filled the nightmares of heavy-browed men shivering in caves and squabbling over hunks of burnt mastodon.

    Come Again No More

  • As different as we were, we were all recognizably alike, with the same unruly hair, the same heavy-browed, smiley eyes and all our invisible resemblances, born and bred.

    'How It Ended: New and Collected Stories'

  • Hellboy II: The Art of the Movie (Dark Horse Books) offers a sneak peek at the menagerie of mutants primed to swarm the world-weary demonoid, portrayed again by the heavy-browed Ron Perlman.

    Straight to Hellboy: Translating a Dark World From Sketch to Screen

  • The heavy-browed 40-foot long Eocarcharia dinops, or "fierce-eyed dawn shark," was likely the main predator as its powerful claws and teeth could tear limbs and flesh off its prey.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He has a heavy-browed, gangly-armed grace that reads as both boyish and weary, and his subtle expression of Curtis's rage makes other films 'guitar-smashing, bottle-throwing displays seem sloppy and false.

    How to Act as If You’re in ‘Control’

  • He's a stout man, bald and heavy-browed with a jutting jaw.

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  • He was comely in countenance, bulky and strong in person, and in the flower of his age — yet inanimate in expression, dull-eyed, heavy-browed, inactive and sluggish in all his motions, and so slow in resolution, that the soubriquet of one of his ancestors was conferred upon him, and he was very generally called

    Ivanhoe

  • I am not glad that Bush won, but I am glad to watch all those Neanderthals fall flat on their sloping, heavy-browed skulls.

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