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“He was a solid-bodied, stolid-looking man, and his appearance did not suffer from being overprepossessing.”
“He is solid-bodied, stolid-looking, with "all the marks of the fighting beast .... the face of a man to be afraid of in a dark alley or lonely place.”
“The actual film versions are very dreary and stolid-looking; they really needed the Mamoulian touch.”
“He was a stolid-looking guy and he came in with some people from Cambridge, Massachusetts, because Yerevan and Cambridge are sister cities.”
“By then, everyone in the party had clustered around the caves—not only Kirk, Spock, Owens, and McCoy, but also Karras and a squarish, stolid-looking security officer named Autry.”
“With her came a stolid-looking man wearing a gray vest and slightly darker pants and shirt.”
“He was a stolid-looking man, with a broad nose and wide cheekbones.”
“At the moment it showed a rather stolid-looking individual shaking hands with a beaming Police Commissioner.”
“He went straight to the police-station, where a stolid-looking policeman listened to him, and wrote slowly in a book.”
“In what condition was the patriarch Job at the end of his life?" questioned a teacher of a stolid-looking boy.”
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