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“The People-magazine-meets-modern-art tone might be tedious if it weren't for Ms. Drohojowska-Philp's way with capsule descriptions: They were quite the odd couple: The square-jawed, sandy-haired Hopps was so often outfitted in a shirt and tie, sporting black, square-rimmed glasses, that his friends used to tease him about being in the CIA.”
“The crowd ceased its chatter as a sandy-haired violinist rushed out among the models, striking her bow against an electric violin while a blonde DJ spun Henry Mancini's "Hub Cap & Tail Lights.”
“MATTHEW INMAN shares at least one striking trait with Mark Zuckerberg, beyond the fact they are once-introverted, sandy-haired demographic peers Inman is 27; Zuckerberg will turn so in May:”
“One of the world's most successful money managers, the lanky, sandy-haired Mr. Druckenmiller is so concerned about the government's ability to pay for its future obligations that he's willing to accept a temporary delay in the interest payments he's owed on his U.S. Treasury bonds—if the result is a Washington deal to restrain runaway entitlement costs.”
“The sandy-haired wire-and-weapons technician that had answered his questions turned away and went forward to the cockpit.”
“A tall, sandy-haired man in a polo shirt, docksiders, and jeans came over to their table and clapped Gene on the back.”
“The hostage was a sandy-haired guy with the physique of a college wrestler, and small resentful eyes.”
“The sandy-haired royal beat the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Horrors singer Faris Badwan and Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson to take the title.”
“Saltman had more important things to do than listen to the chatter; the sandy-haired, steely-faced twentysomething was coding a game.”
“Tall and sandy-haired, he first made a name for himself by convincing his peers to display auction goods in mixed, room-style arrangements rather than lumping pieces into separate categories like chairs or candlesticks.”
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