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  • Where do you think the daughters got their high-cheeked coiffed look from?

    Staar: Sex and the Much Married Girl (A Salute to Zsa Zsa Gabor)

  • The colonel resembles a lot of military men in her country, high-cheeked and chisel-jawed, though exceptionally thick through the chest.

    The Lady Matador’s Hotel

  • A thin, handsome man with a high-cheeked, angular face caught my attention.

    Archive 2009-05-18

  • The young man's sun-scorched, high-cheeked face reminded me of someone.

    THE PEOPLE'S ARMY AND THE PEOPLE

  • He was young, certainly, and his high-cheeked face would have seemed innocent but for the weatherbeaten skin that reddened his brow and nose.

    Sun of Suns

  • “So much trouble,” Mr. Song said, his high-cheeked face creased into a long wrinkle of worry.

    Heaven Lake

  • He had a high-cheeked face set atop a long and jutting neck, the face eccentrically composed and vulnerable to any number of droll comparisons.

    Heaven Lake

  • Without replying he merely looked at the mother with his little gray eyes, and wiped his pockmarked, high-cheeked face with the broad palm of his hand.

    Mother

  • Dressed in the imported Oriental silk of a wealthy woman of the Rus ', she had the high-cheeked features of a Slav; but he was not so American that this looked alien to him.

    Enchantment

  • Still, there was something about his friendly, high-cheeked face and the cut of his iron gray hair that said “Starfleet Brass,” and Bashir found himself wishing he could sit up straighter to convey his respect.

    ARMAGEDDON SKY

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