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  • Vincent Perez is the hot-eyed Yanko, an outcast too and the sea's greatest gift to Amy.

    'Apes': Something to Thump Chests About

  • He wondered if the lieutenant had also sensed that electric moment back on the clay road or if he had caught it and dismissed it with the same indifference he had shown toward the hot-eyed stares of the convicts after he had drawn his revolver on them.

    The Convict and Other Stories

  • He stared back at her with a hot-eyed gaze of frank admiration, as drawn by her increase in power as she was captivated by his youthful charms.

    Tran Siberian

  • Mike Fink watched as the hot-eyed miller carefully rammed wad and shot down his musket barrel.

    He Don't Know Him

  • So, you just KNOW how utterly, hot-eyed furious Republican must be when they express their outrage at national health care!!

    Robert J. Elisberg: What It Takes to Make a Republican Mad

  • On that I got a report that immediately cracked me up: “Insolence is sold with the requisite images of pouting, pulsing hot-eyed young damsels, but the scent reminds me of my Great-Aunt Doris - sweet, powdery and cloying”.

    Male Perspective on l'Instant de Guerlain

  • He roused to see, dimly, the port and starboard bulkheads crashing in under the fire of the pirates' protons, and a swarm of lean-faced hot-eyed Neptune men pouring through the breaches.

    The Star Pirates

  • More than two thousand entries came up, and she browsed through them until she was hot-eyed and shaky, but none of the Victorias who showed up on the Internet appeared to be the girl she remembered.

    The Guy Not Taken

  • A cool anathema by a hot-eyed zealot, it varies in tone between that of the ineffable Miss Pratt, head of Beardsley School in Nabokov's Lolita — whose school "does believe very strongly in preparing its students for mutually satisfactory mating and successful child rearing" — and of a Ministry of Culture spokeswoman in one of those hopeless pre-1989 Soviet Bloc satellites.

    Homage to Philip Larkin

  • The question is: How much will the world trade on sex and naked, hot-eyed ambition going forward?

    The Last Gasp of the 1950's, In Trashy, Sexy Cinemascope

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