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“Curious CEOs and government ministers passed by, shook their heads disapprovingly at the group's apparent lack of gender balance and appeared to wonder what these intense-looking men were talking about.”
“Behind them stand intense-looking young men with sub-machine guns at the ready.”
“When the armored car came around the block the heavy barrier to the underground parking garage was down and four intense-looking individuals armed with Uzi submachine guns were fanned out to secure the area.”
“Democratic Conference Leader John Sampson and Senate President Malcolm Smith had attended a meeting with David Paterson, to which they were led by an intense-looking Tom Duane, the openly gay senator who is the bill's sponsor.”
“The black is really activewear, as demonstrated by the intense-looking model.”
“There were three or four others, too, very intense-looking NVA regulars with AKs, all firing on full auto.”
“And among them a sprinkling of very thin, intense-looking young men too, standing there with mostly dry eyes.”
“Tall, thin, intense-looking, radiating-though Hoshi couldn't quite say how-a "do not disturb, don't mess with me" air.”
“Their first selection was Charles Ives' Second Sonata for Violin and Piano (1910); the second an amusingly lively proto-minimalist duet by the Danish Henning Christiansen called "Den Arkadiske" from 1966; and finally "Trois Regards" by Ronald Bruce Smith (1988), a very intense-looking Canadian composer in attendance at the concerts who had originally written the music for Kate Stenberg.”
“Well, I remember he was intense-looking and muscular.”
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