sickly-looking love

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  • Chemical sunscreens often make your eyes water, while "natural" physical versions best for sensitive types leave skin chalky and sickly-looking.

    Beauty: Facial sunscreens | Sali Hughes

  • It decided to make the game ' s villains a group of sickly-looking green pigs, in homage to the swine-flu pandemic then grabbing headlines.

    Why We Can

  • It was a large room with an off-white tile floor and rough, sickly-looking green plaster walls.

    I’m Still Standing

  • In an effort to get sickly-looking cows to stand up for inspection by the FDA, the slaughterhouse allegedly shoots water up cows 'noses, uses a forklift to shove the animals, jabs them in the eyes, and then uses an electrical prod to shock the cows' rectums.

    Waterboarding cows

  • I remember all the warning signs for tornadoes (skies were always a rather sickly-looking green).

    Sex With Ducks, PRIDE and The Gayification Of The Obama Administration

  • Neatly packed into a colorful cardboard box is a plastic tray divided into sections containing: six Ritz crackers, six Ritz-sized slices of sickly-looking ham-like luncheon meat and six postage-stamp-sized slices of 2% Pasteurized Prepared American Cheese Product.

    Abby Caran: That's Right Folks, Lunchables are Going Green.

  • Evie signed up, and on one of her shifts she encountered an undersize and sickly-looking bunny that volunteers had named "Little Old One."

    Down the Rabbit Hole

  • The queen—or queen-to-be—was a frail, sickly-looking woman with thinning hair and deep lines in her face.

    Sent

  • Aside from the possible poisoning attempt, this cake also breaks the laws of good taste by employing a sporadic color palette, sickly-looking yellow "flowers" I use the term loosely, and a general over-use of the star tip: it looks like someone decorated the whole thing with a Redi-Whip can.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • He instantly befriends the slimy, sickly-looking Reinhold, who is employed in some way by the equally shady "boss" Pums Ivan Desny, a local gangster who says he's in the fruit business.

    Archive 2008-01-01

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