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  • On a table was a new-looking Indian book on teaching oneself meditation.

    Henry’s Demons

  • What I can tell you is that the beds are really comfy and the linens are too new-looking fluffy white comforters, puffy down pillows.

    Julie Mautner: Ten Reasons I Love the Roosevelt Hotel

  • Now, somehow, he seems quite comfortable, using a new-looking computer and sipping a coffee drink.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • He typically chooses nice, new-looking pans—he favors All-Clad at home—that can double as serving dishes.

    Prepping Food for the Eyes

  • In the backyard, amid barrels rusting beneath a willow tree, they found flour bags concealing dozens of new-looking Kalashnikovs, rocket-propelled grenade launchers and crates of ammunition.

    Libya Standoff Spurs Worries

  • They have a multicolored floral print on them and no matter how may days she wears them, they're always clean and new-looking.

    Preachers of the Future: Three Sermons From Young Christians

  • I have never found that glossy or matte lasts longer or stays new-looking longer.

    Matte vs Gloss

  • There are some freshly dug beds and a very new-looking terrace out front.

    B&B review | Black Rock House, Hastings

  • It was a fairly new-looking Yamaha model, with a three-inch-wide horizontal smudge bisecting the drumhead.

    The Lampshade

  • In fact, maybe my astonished stare is getting to him, because once Jake is happily settled at the sandpit with a new-looking truck did Will buy a present?

    Confetti Confidential

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