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  • One day, she falls in love with a plain-looking boy and tries to date with him. (from: Baka-Updates Manga)

    Anime Preview: Spring 2010 « Undercover

  • The grapevine has it that Mona's, a plain-looking bar on Avenue B off 14th Street, is ground zero for an emerging late-night scene of young swing and traditional jazz players.

    After Midnight at Mona's

  • He showed her incredible kindness and generosity, too, which were new things to women like her, the plain-looking, workhorse type.

    Roseanne Archy

  • She admirably transforms herself into a plain-looking, eccentric woman who speaks to the animals in her drawings.

    2009 April : Scrubbles.net

  • She appeared to be in her early thirties and was plain-looking; her face was round, and her eyebrows were so blond they seemed to blend into her white skin.

    Skipping a Beat

  • The plain-looking cakes are made with a mixture of cream and evaporated milk that is something like a pudding and adds a ton of moisture to the cakes and a great milky flavor.

    Bites from other Blogs | Baking Bites

  • According to the plain-looking card, Jobs was then the Vice President of New Product Development and his office was located on 10260 Bandley Drive in Cupertino, CA.

    Steve Jobs' Business Card, Circa 1979 (PHOTO)

  • Mama would surely laugh at my panic attack, especially over something to wear, I thought, and finally reached out and took a plain-looking dark blue skirt and its matching short-sleeved V-neck blouse.

    Family Storms

  • He was a plain-looking man with no distinguishing features.

    Fallout

  • The GOP will use Palin to stir the base & fund raise but no way are her high heels getting anywhere near the real power is: Wonder if the republican men would be so excited if she were plain-looking?

    Palin on 2012: 'If it's right, then we will pursue that'

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