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“She was as long-limbed and blonde as Lena was curvy and dark.”
“While holding great interest for athletes and trainers, the mechanics of running may also hold clues to the evolution of the modern human body form: tall and long-limbed with broad chests and defined waists.”
“It offers eligible, long-limbed girls everything from a complementary Wi-Fi connection to goody bags filled with umbrellas, tampons and toothbrushes.”
“He was a long-limbed farmer, a God-fearing, freedom-loving, law-abiding rugged individualist who held that federal aid to anyone but farmers was creeping socialism.”
“Wilkerson, a rookie defensive lineman, and Ferguson, the team's veteran left tackle, are both physical, long-limbed forces of nature.”
“New York-native Jones 'Bones' Jones is a UFC light-heavyweight contender and a long-limbed mixed martial artist.”
“Also, a Sandro Botticelli 1474 showing a more sublime, long-limbed figure sweetly transfigured, graceful and resigned, ignoring his pain.”
“Mr. Duncan, who has curly brown hair and a long-limbed, yoga-skinny build, often wakes up at 3 a.m. with ideas for new flavor combinations.”
“Shayla-Vie Jenkins's section, which opened the piece, flaunted her imperturbable, long-limbed grace, while a later part for Peter Chamberlin had a biting, edgy quality that none of the other dancers could have pulled off as credibly.”
“The Knicks caught a break when long-limbed 6-foot-11 defensive specialist Jeff Foster, who started in Mr. Hibbert's place, fouled out in the fourth quarter, leaving 6-foot-8 forward James Posey on the 6-foot-10 Mr. Stoudemire.”
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