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striking-looking

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  • The Mechanic R "A striking-looking work, combining an arty inkiness with a retro-graininess that more or less screams 1970s, albeit without the cliches and flatness."

    On screen this week: 'Biutiful,''Barney's Version,''The Mechanic'

  • Henry had a particularly able teacher called Jean Marie Finnerty, a tall, striking-looking American who insisted that her class visit the sights of Moscow and get to know the country they were living in.

    Henry’s Demons

  • --- Geralt was always going to stand out, with his white hair and piercing eyes, his cynicism and lack of respect for authority ... but he is far more than a striking-looking man.

    Andrzej Sapkowski - The Last Wish (Book Review)

  • At age fifty-one Bianca Jagger remains a striking-looking woman.

    Blood Sugar

  • The man is a striking-looking fellow, very well equipped to steal the heart of a country girl, so that this theory seemed to have something to support it.

    The Seriously Deranged Writer and the Model Cars

  • Samsung BD-P4600: A striking-looking player with a unique, flat design that allows it to be wall-mounted.

    In the CR test labs: New Blu-ray players

  • But nonfiction authors do not have a lock on striking-looking books.

    Spruced Up Evergreens

  • Emerging from the back of the henhouse, carrying a large straw basket, was a striking-looking woman.

    Deadly Intent

  • They have striking-looking fenders that protect delicate orchard trees and winery vines from the tractor's wheels.

    Old Tractors,

  • After all, the last time they gave us a striking-looking international actor as a mystery man, the result was the marvelous Mr. Eko.

    Meet 'Lost"s new mystery hunk | EW.com

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