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“Then the government arrived, in the form of two heavy-built robotic hands that reached into the chamber.”
“A heavy-built man bent over her, and a fuzzy gray foal stood to one side.”
“Its high wings and two turboprop engines, its odd-looking boom tail with four vertical stabilizers made it a close twin of the E-2 Hawkeye, though a thicker body gave it a heavy-built, stubby appearance, and it lacked the saucer-shaped radar housing above the fuselage.”
“James was a stout, heavy-built young man of twenty-six years of age, and looked as if he might have a great deal of valuable work in him.”
The Underground Railroad A Record of Facts, Authentic Narratives, Letters, &c., Narrating the Hardships, Hair-Breadth Escapes and Death Struggles of the Slaves in Their Efforts for Freedom, As Related by Themselves and Others, or Witnessed by the Author.
“Unayza, a district famous for its breed of large, heavy-built horses.”
“The captain was a large heavy-built man, very unwieldy, and remarkable only for having a large, long body placed upon very small legs.”
“The mill-owner let them go without a word, not attempting to follow them, for it was an arduous climb to the lookout, and the mill-owner was a stout and heavy-built man, and had not been up there for years.”
“A heavy-built student, wearing gold spectacles, stared with some wonder at the questioner.”
“Peer looked at him, and thought of the old days when the heavy-built, clumsy doctor's son had run about after the servant-girls in the town.”
“The door was flung violently open from without, a heavy-built, clean-shaven, sharp-featured man stepped into the room, slammed the door shut behind him, re-locked it, and swept a shrewd, inquisitive, suspicious glance about the place.”
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