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“Mr. Burkhart, who is being held without bail, was arrested after a security video showed a pony-tailed man who police say resembled him emerging from a Hollywood parking structure where a car was on fire.”
“The tall, pony-tailed, multilingual US graduate was the perfect spy for the militant organisation, particularly after changing his name from Daood Gilani.”
“In a suite overlooking Kensington Gardens, tiny cucumber sandwiches, scones and sponge cakes, all arranged on a cakestand, along with tea in a silver teapot, are being served by an expressionless waiter to the pony-tailed founder of the Mothers of Invention.”
“I asked a great big pony-tailed man about the specific appeal of Machine Head and he said "Bay Area Fresh".”
“She was always in the covers as though just awake, hair pony-tailed, smelling, tasting clean.”
“I'm not being a pony-tailed kiss-ass S.N.A.G.* here, I'm just telling the truth.”
“Despite a case of nerves, the pony-tailed Siegal broke the gender barrier with spring training pitching stints for the Cleveland Indians and Oakland Athletics.”
“Many people have certain images and associations that arise when they hear the word "roadies" -- gruff, pony-tailed, hard living folks surrounded by all the temptations of life on the road in the company of celebrities.”
“LLANWRTYD WELLS, Wales—Just three miles from the finish line, Duke's Touch of Fun bumped into John Terry, a 34-year-old, pony-tailed marathoner from Bristol.”
“Mr. Terry, the pony-tailed runner bumped by Duke's Touch of Fun, stayed in the hunt for most of the race.”
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