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“Out of the darkness slipped a tall, bearded, older-looking man, who stood so close to her that she jerked the reins and started to flee, but he caught her by the calf—and when he did, her silk-clad leg and a bit of her gown were revealed.”
“Their ages show more when it's just the two of them in the room, without Elyot's young wife to make him seem young at heart, and without Amanda's older-looking husband to make her appear youthful.”
“MGA Entertainment Inc., maker of urban-styled Bratz fashion dolls, is introducing a line of 14 inch dolls called Moxie Teenz, a slightly older-looking version of last year's 11 inch Moxie Girlz.”
“There was an older-looking Santa dressed in a red suit, a decorated Christmas tree behind him.”
“U.S. magazine, Newsweek, provoked a storm among her admirers this week by altering a photograph of a much older-looking Diana strolling alongside Kate Middleton, the daughter-in-law she never met who recently married her older son, William.”
“Her interest was piqued by two older-looking guys whom we had never seen before.”
“The researchers say "competent" means more mature-looking and less baby-face-looking, and that the older-looking crowd got 7.5% more pay after adjustment for various factors including the size of their company and their experience.”
“There were even traces of dust and cobwebs on the older-looking containers.”
“A TV-VCR-DVD unit sat on the floor in one corner, connected to what looked to her like two older-looking gaming consoles.”
“An older-looking girl in the third row shouted, “Sex?””
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