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“But there were also many ordinary-looking white folks who acted like “shiftless” slaves.”
“LONDON — An ordinary-looking white flower from Japan may carry something quite extraordinary within its pale petals – the longest genome ever discovered.”
“It's a kind of democracy of objects, where you can start your journey with the most valuable painting or with the most ordinary-looking brick," Mr. Small said.”
“Although he was an ordinary-looking man, Gauguin in some self-portraits exaggerated the bridge of his nose to give himself a just-out-of-the-jungle look.”
“We turn into a residential sidestreet and stop outside an ordinary-looking house.”
“He's hard-nosed and deceptive with some of his moves, but he'll have to find someone who embraces his sometimes ordinary-looking style in order to receive a shot.”
“The trio were ordinary-looking creatures, ill-clad and even ragged.”
“It was an ordinary-looking room located in an office building in northern Virginia.”
“An ordinary-looking house in a Bristol suburb, Naomi House is currently home to four women and their children.”
“If you've got $20,000 to spend on a four-door family car, would you rather have the audaciously ordinary-looking Cruze or the bigger, quicker, more powerful and more generously equipped Sonata?”
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