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“But if you do have space in your brain, you can of course try to store the information that turtledoves are owl-like doves with turtle shells that live by scratching out the eyes of their own young.”
“I thank God every day for her influences, and I can picture her vividly as she was back then: a sturdy woman with a shock of white hair, and owl-like, light-framed glasses with tinted lenses that dominated her gentle face.”
“From his owl-like perch in one of DFW's two air-traffic control towers, John Morrow 's head swivels side to side, up and down, and occasionally behind him.”
“He paged through it with an anxious finger, blinking owl-like behind his glasses and muttering: Wherewhereah, here it is!”
“Antrobus was sitting up in his cot bed, peering with owl-like eyes through the wooden bars.”
“Altringham (1999) drew attention to this possibility, noting that the eyes of some species ‘are almost owl-like’ (p. 219).”
“I want to adopt one of the fuzzy owl-like creatures!”
“And I personally wish they'd stuck closer to Gibbons' design for Nite-Owl including that great owl-like mask.”
“Winslow sneaks into the Paradise, makes up his face and dons an owl-like mask and black leather costume, becoming The Phantom of the Paradise so he can terrorize Swan and his musicians.”
“This nickname was supposedly for his hoarse voice, though it could have been for his tricky manner, owl-like wisdom, or maybe that he had a particular shade of red hair, all of which the term can mean, depending on dialect, accent, and spelling.”
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