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“For the really energetic among us, there is also hydra-energetic roll-on, advertised in the same break by more stubbly types, this time wearing open-necked shirts, looking mean and guarding their cards in a poker game, for "when your nights are long, and you don't want your eyes to betray you".”
“Everything about the way the nimble, compact fellow with slicked-back hair, informal formal outfit and open-necked shirt performs exclaims that he loves singing.”
“My dad is a small, bookish, Jewish man with an interest in international politics – but all those years ago he was also a keen martial artist, with extensive sideburns, open-necked shirts and an unwillingness to back away from a confrontation.”
“Small and energetic, coffee-drinking and open-necked: the image projected is of Catalonia in woolly jumpers.”
“Like his apartment, he radiates a charmingly disheveled elegance, jaunty in jeans and an open-necked cream shirt.”
“Sitting across from Assange, who was wearing a light-colored, open-necked shirt and his usual brown blazer, Colbert goofed around for a minute, his own face pixilated and voice modified to protect against a drone attack.”
“With the Murdochs and their children dressed in white – and present at the invitation of Queen Rania of Jordan – the event was photographed in Hello! magazine, complete with an ethereal front cover image of a smiling Murdoch in an open-necked shirt.”
“The men in cotton slacks and open-necked shirts smiling openly at her.”
“Looking relaxed in an open-necked shirt as he addressed members of the youth wing of his People of Freedom party, a jovial Berlusconi made the comment in response to a question from one supporter.”
“So expertly was Redknapp's head framed – window fully scrolled down, relaxed in open-necked shirt – that you half-expected him to start plugging a fitness DVD or leaping up to perform his latest single.”
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