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“The details of jewelry, shields and headdresses suggest the figures represent high-standing officials of some kind, perhaps the astronomers themselves.”
“Cecil remembered him as a slender young man, with his shock of coal-black hair, his deep, dark eyes, and the high-standing clerical collar he always wore. . .”
“They were talking cost and special effects and everything, but then it got to a woman who was a commissioner there," who apparently had a high-standing, despite her about to take maternity leave.”
“They clambered up the tottering walls, they clung in wreaths and groups about the high-standing pillars.”
“They were painted vermilion all over their nearly naked bodies, and were dancing enthusiastically to the good old rump-a-tump-tump-tump tune, played energetically by an old gentleman on a long, high-standing, white-and-black painted drum.”
“FOREIGN AFFAIRS" MAGAZINE: He does indeed represent very high-standing elements within the Communist regime, only very high-standing folks would have these documents in the first place.”
“The shirt was piped in black and had a high-standing collar, like the ones worn by the cadets at West Point.”
“He was a big, stunning, cream-colored horse with a high-standing silver mane, a gray stripe down his back, and a flowing silvery tail that looked almost white when he swished it.”
“With the conscience of the nation astir over the Vietnam War, the student protests and the proven corruption of the high-standing members of the establishment (on May 15 Supreme Court justice Abe Fortas resigned after Life magazine revealed that he had accepted a twenty-thousand-dollar bribe), Grace's outspoken rhetoric and her endorsements of acid were taking on increasing importance.”
“A slide fastener ran right down the back, separating the high-standing collar, which showed a wet patch and was frayed.”
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