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“The increasingly silvery-haired host of MOTD, meanwhile, remains at the centre of the national conversation, not just for his son's failure to achieve a university place, given silly-season prominence in several newspapers, mostly for his potato crisp commercials which we have been enjoying now for more than 15 years.”
“Or if they're a bit older, they're silvery-haired, lightly-suntanned, distinguished looking wotsits like Terence Stamp in Wall Street.”
“Twenty minutes later, I sat in the juice bar with my smoothie, and the silvery-haired man from the pool sat across from me.”
“She heard Jace swear as he fumbled in his jacket for a weaponMalik drew his arm back, the blade shiningand the silvery-haired woman threw herself onto his back, seizing at his arm.”
“There have been efforts to make the American educational system a fairer one for African-Americans and other minorities, but "the plain truth is that it isn't even-steven," says Dr. Giffune, a silvery-haired, 56-year-old whose voice carries traces of her New York origins.”
“An ivory-faced and silvery-haired old woman opened the door.”
“A megaphone was handed to the silvery-haired guy, who said his name was Chuck E. Muckle, a vice-president from Mother Paula's company headquarters.”
“A gray-eyed, silvery-haired serf woman of about thirty sat in a shipment station.”
“Synelle's jealous suitor, and a friend, come to see for themselves what manner of man the silvery-haired beauty had taken in service.”
“The silvery-haired noble-woman danced before her, spinning and dipping, chanting words that defied hearing in rhythm to haunting flutes and the pounding of scabbarded swords on the stone floor of the vaulting cavern.”
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