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“It was in this era of prospective change that a young, slender, red-bearded Capuchin cleric approached the high altar of Sacred Heart Church, Yonkers, New York.”
“When Mahbub Ali, a red-bearded Pashtun horse-dealer, a mentor to the eponymous, sends him in Kim to the hills to learn, he cries out: "Go up the hill and ask: Here begins the Great Game.”
“There's no defined path anymore, says Matt McCarthy, a 31-year-old, burly, red-bearded New York comedian who portrayed a constantly outdone cable installer in commercials for Verizon FiOS TV service.”
“Fritz Teufel, 67, a red-bearded prankster whose rabble-rousing stunts made him one of the most famous members of Germany's leftist student movement in the 1960s, died July 6 in Berlin.”
“Speaking through an interpreter, he gets only blank stares from the weathered and toothless red-bearded elders.”
“Josh tells Lance, a 32-year-old, red-bearded fellow Mississippian, to fire a warning shot.”
“In a relatively short period of time, Ogilvy did create several of the most influential campaigns in advertising history, among them "The Man in the Hathaway Shirt," with his aristocratic black eye-patch; the red-bearded Commander Whitehead bringing Schweppes tonic to the U.S., and the most memorable car headline of all time: "At 60 miles an hour, the loudest noise in this new Rolls-Royce comes from the electric clock.”
“The crown, scepter, and apple-shaped orb had been the property, among others, of King Frederick Barbarossa, the fearsome red-bearded monarch who had once held court in Nürnberg Castle and lost his life during the Third Crusade to the Holy Land.”
“As Earle Labor states (in his Jack London, New York: Twayne, 1974), "To Build a Fire" is a story of mood and atmosphere, hallmarks of London's finest works, to which must be added masterful characterization — of a red-bearded, tobacco-chewing human, "quick and alert in the things of life, but only in the things, and not in the significances.”
“The red-bearded Talib sang along, turning to me every few minutes, a big smile on his freckled face, and translating the words: "O martyr, march to the enemy ?”
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