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“But, more importantly, we need people brave enough to give the answers, people like Mark Felt, a man whose name you never heard until he finally surfaced near the end of his life, by then, a quiet, meek-looking person who changed our country forever by cutting through the bull.”
“The three-legged man was a tall, meek-looking person, who had bedizened himself with gorgeous garments, a great feather, and a sword so long and broad, that it differed little in size from the very thin and stiff shanks between which it wandered uncomfortably.”
“A recent self-portrait showed a pale, meek-looking youth, his pearly, opalescent skin licked with dark, damp curls, his full feminine lips troubled only by the slightest shadow of fuzz.”
“One could not but feel at least a trace of sympathy for the group of labor troops, a meek-looking, puny lot, most of them well under five feet in height and physically constructed like children.”
“Richard towered over the suddenly meek-looking, panting Andolian leader.”
“A meek-looking man in his early forties, wearing a dressing-gown over red-striped pyjamas, thinning brown hair falling over his eyes, blinked at them.”
“So they had coffee, brought by Mijnheer Beek's meek-looking wife, and Christina made stilted conversation with her teacher while the doctor listened.”
“A stooped, bald, meek-looking man with a mustache like a soft black mouse.”
“She got up to go presently and the old lady, true to her word, rapped on her wall and when a small, meek-looking man came to the door, she introduced him as Loveday's escort.”
“The landlady appeared, who seemed a quiet, meek-looking woman.”
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