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“Now all the town needs is lots of money, says Nobutaka Azumi, 66, the solemn-faced mayor, after Onagawa became one of Japan's first communities to set out a recovery path from the devastating tsunami that killed more than 800 people here and 20,000 nationwide.”
“Wide-eyed and solemn-faced, he comes from an educated family, but doesn't realize, at least at first, that the shipping container in which he's been hidden sits on a dock on the French side of the English Channel, rather than in London, where his mother awaits him.”
“As we passed them I could not help noticing how solemn-faced they were.”
“Most touching of all was solemn-faced twelve-year-old Harry, who seemed small and vulnerable as he tried to keep up with the long strides of the towering Windsor menfolk.”
“She sat solemn-faced while speaker after speaker introduced her and spoke of the importance of her memoir.”
“Water poured from all sides of an enormous green basin, creating a curtain around an elevated base surrounded by graceful swans and solemn-faced cherubs.”
“With Bobby Kennedy on one side and Clint Hill on the other, the solemn-faced Mrs. Kennedy stood and watched with grace.”
“The image of the kindly-faced elderly man with snowy-white hair blowing in the wind beside the solemn-faced U.S.”
“I don't think that solemn-faced woman was the manager; it looked like she was working customer service, since she gave them the contact information for the actual manager.”
“When the three adventurers burst into Roy's apartment they found three solemn-faced women sitting before the videophone.”
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