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  • These are pork-and-beef brats that, like hot dogs (a brat's thinner, less pasty-looking cousin), need only a few turns on the grill.

    Food: Who's On Wurst?

  • The pasty-looking pop princess was in pieces after a drinking binge with new fella Isaac Cohen.

    Naked Britney Spears Pictures Not Especially Naked

  • A pasty-looking blond man in a metallic-gray double-breasted suit stood ten feet in front of their booth.

    Step on a Crack

  • In fact, just last week we found out that some of the people that want to blow up our airplanes look just like me and you, assuming that you ` re fat, dumpy, and pasty-looking.

    CNN Transcript Aug 15, 2006

  • Her cheeks were no longer pasty-looking, but pink and glowing.

    Beauty

  • It didn't cross his mind that this red-eyed, red-nosed, sweaty, pasty-looking screw-up in the beanie hat was Tommy Hanson.

    High Society

  • Nogah came out of the alley with a coffle of five pasty-looking prisoners and turned them over to Medjhah.

    The Tower of Fear

  • I took stock, and saw that it was coming in a great spate from a pasty-looking specimen with a lordly academic voice and some three-ha'penny order on his shirt front, who was enthralling a group of toadies in a corner of the smoking-room.

    Flashman and The Redskins

  • "He was an awfully pasty-looking thing when he came here," she confided to his mother.

    Poor, Dear Margaret Kirby

  • One was a white pasty-looking giant, with a crusty expression: he walked with the aid of a cane.

    Jurgen A Comedy of Justice

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