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  • I am still redfaced and swollen, but I can see out of both eyes now ... not enough to drive, but still.

    Bibliophile Bullpen

  • Two days ago he's all self righteous and redfaced about the media bringing race into the discussion.

    Obama Projected To Win South Carolina

  • I am also predicting a redfaced, fingerwagging blowup from Bill Clinton at any moment, This will finally force the NY Times to rescind their endorsement of Mrs. Clinton and for Rep Clyburn to endorse Obama.

    Hillary's Game Plan -- A Path To Victory?

  • Picture a redfaced, spluttering, indignant Who do you think you are, missy!

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • I walked back out of the room like I was recovering from a bout of temporary insanity, grabbed two sacks of piss and hauled ass out the door, redfaced and shocked.

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • The Senator staggered away from it, redfaced and shouting, pointing at Ambassador Humadros.

    Mirage

  • At least this time Ariel was not shouting and redfaced.

    Mirage

  • Leaving the operator redfaced, he exited from the chamber through its single set of sliding doors.

    Dark Allies

  • The Edmund Wilson of Jeffrey Meyers's squalid biography is an irascible erotomaniac, short, stout, and redfaced, whose chronic irritability is relieved mainly by alcohol.

    The Man with Qualities

  • The effort to get out "husband" left her redfaced.

    Dragonfly in Amber

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