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  • Tensions spilled into the open as solemn-looking delegates filed out of OPEC's modern headquarters and Saudi oil minister Ali Naimi declared it "one of the worst meetings we ever had."

    New Cracks in Oil Cartel

  • The East Room erupted in whoops and hollers after a handful of solemn-looking youngsters from an arts program in Hartford, Conn., carefully took the stage and then burst forth as a jazz combo performing with tap dancers.

    First Lady Honors Arts Programs For At-Risk Youth

  • A solemn-looking Mubarak appeared on Egypt's state television just as Obama was returning to the capital.

    In Mubarak's final hours, defiance surprises U.S. and threatens to unleash chaos

  • He also produced this effect in some of his sculptures, for example Untitled (Funerary Box for a Lime Green Python) (1954), where a pair of solemn-looking palm leaves gives the work a consciously ritualistic tone.

    Cy Twombly obituary

  • Nathiri, solemn-looking in her hijab and glasses, has a rich storyteller's voice and throaty laugh.

    Following the dust tracks: Touring Florida through the eyes of Zora Neale Hurston

  • “Zdravstvuite,” I say as politely as I can to a solemn-looking woman at the desk.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • Contemporary Canadian artist Jin-me Yoon (1960 - ) takes a post-colonial deconstructivist approach in Souvenirs of Self: Lake Louise (1991), a large Ektacolour – Supra photograph of a solemn-looking Korean-born artist wearing a Scandinavian sweater and brown oxfords standing in front of the traditionally cherished Canadian scene of Lake Louise and Victoria Glacier.

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  • She found a smaller painting, depicting a solemn-looking man in ermine and a black hat.

    The Black Angel

  • In the picture, Savidge himself in his African garb stood with his arm round the shoulders of a solemn-looking boy wearing an overlarge tracksuit.

    With No One as Witness

  • Kites and vultures are busy overhead, beating the ground for their repast of carrion; and the solemn-looking, stately-stepping

    A Popular Account of Dr. Livingstone's Expedition to the Zambesi and Its Tributaries

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