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  • I half-expected to see Jackie Chan hurtling off the balcony of the Ranch 99 market wearing his trademark grin, with scar-faced, gun-wielding gangsters in hot pursuit.

    Denise Hamilton discusses Sugar Skull

  • Idris Elba as the scar-faced, rough-edged Roque is the only character with any dimension.

    'The Losers': An appropriate title for violent, offensive film

  • He's all the things a teenage boy would like to be: hard-bitten, experienced, scar-faced, capable of quelling dangerous thugs in bars with just a look.

    Fantasy off the Straight and Narrow

  • Inspired by the comic-book cowboy character of the same name -- a scar-faced Civil War-era bounty hunter who can commune with the dead, and who seems impervious to bullets himself -- the movie plods forward, one leaden step at a time, in single-minded pursuit of a goal.

    'Jonah Hex' with Josh Brolin: Not much more than an ugly face

  • Years of training and a brutal determination to find the assassin was the only way he hid the shaking need to rush that scar-faced guy and grab him by the throat.

    SILENT TRUTH

  • On the distant planet of Jehovah, a harper meets a scar-faced man who offers to tell her a tale like no other, one about a prehuman artifact known as the Dancer.

    August 31st, 2008

  • As part of her research, Tammy had been tracking this idea of the scar-faced man carefully through history.

    The Poet Prince

  • If I would rather go through life as a scar-faced multi-millionaire and so am willing to sell my face to some rich fire victim, should that be legal?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Exploitation” of the Poor is a Poor Reason to Ban Organ Markets:

  • She tried to fight back, but when Minn, a yearling male, and Werrna, the big, scar-faced female, attacked her, too, she whimpered and scrambled to the edge of the clearing.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • The two surprise a knife-carrying, scar-faced stranger in the cathedral, who tells them, I think you ought to go. . .

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