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  • William Faulkner is a small, wiry man with closely cropped iron-gray hair; an upswept mus¬tache of a darker color; a thin, high-bridged aqui¬line nose; heavy-lidded and deeply set brown eyes in which melancholy, calculation and humor variously are reflected; and a face tanned and webbed, especially near the eyes, with the creases and lines and tiny tracings of advancing middle age and the erosion of many days spent in the open in all weathers.

    norbert blei | minding faulkner | part 1 « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground

  • His thin, hollowed-out face still had a hawk-like imperiousness to it, the silver hair swept back from a broad forehead that topped a high-bridged nose, intense brown eyes, and pale fleshy lips.

    The Priest

  • It showed a young man with tousled hair, a high-bridged nose, large, dark eyes, and a beautifully curved mouth.

    The Season of Risks

  • She was in profile, surveying the distance with a chilling contempt which sat perfectly on a rather horsy face with a curved high-bridged nose.

    Watershed

  • Aged around forty, he was tall and lean with dark hair and narrow features, a thin high-bridged nose giving him a hawk-like aspect.

    A Matter of Honor

  • Requirements: 5 years of experience required, preferably "Western-looking" with deep-set eyes and a high-bridged nose

    Megan Shank: Monstrous Deals

  • Only a bit of pale skin around the eyes and his high-bridged nose managed to escape the scrubby growth.

    The Sky Inside

  • His red hair was turning grey and he had a high-bridged and prominent nose which was a gift to caricaturists.

    Rumpole and the Reign of Terror

  • There were no thick lips and flat nostrils; rather, if I could trust my eyes, the nose was high-bridged, and the lines of the mouth sharp and firm.

    Prester John

  • As for the rest of him — well, his face was more striking than handsome, with a high-bridged beak of a nose, a frankly cynical mouth, and eyes as dark as midnight that looked at the world with bored indifference from under their heavy lids.

    The Count's Blackmail Bargain

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