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“The assistant was a woman of German origin with a business-like platinum bob and steel-rimmed spectacles.”
“Sooner or later, you suspect England will benefit from the steel-rimmed temperament of the 19-year-old Owen Farrell, who kicked five penalties and a touchline conversion with the cool Jonny Wilkinson exhibited at a similar age.”
“Josh and a man with iron gray hair and steel-rimmed glasses were sitting beside her in the curtained-off cubicle.”
“Historian enters, with a loose sheaf of papers, a slight bookish man wearing the ubiquitous steel-rimmed glasses, a worn suit and tie.”
“He wore steel-rimmed glasses, and his hair was cropped close to the skull in the manner of a grizzled old Marine, trying to look more athletic and younger than his actual years.”
“As her bridegroom joined her, the minister opened the Book of Common Order and pushed his steel-rimmed spectacles up on his nose with a trembling finger, plainly remembering the last time the three of them had stood before that altar.”
“The minister blinked at her from behind his steel-rimmed spectacles, the compassion in his kind brown eyes bringing her dangerously near to tears.”
“She paused and her large brown eyes examined my face from behind her big, steel-rimmed glasses.”
“He wore steel-rimmed glasses that had been out of style when Dellray had been running him.”
“Aunt Spiker, on the other hand, was lean and tall and bony, and she wore steel-rimmed spectacles that fixed on to the end of her nose with a clip.”
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