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“He turned out to be very tall and lean, although not skinny, more the naturally athletic type, with swept-back medium length hair.”
“As far as individual pieces go, Roland has a knack for channeling that old Hollywood glamour, played up by the models' red lips and swept-back updos.”
“Photographs show him with thick, swept-back blond hair—and a scar on his chin from one of his many crashes.”
“The bike's step-through frame makes hopping on and off a breeze, while its swept-back handlebars (with cushy grips) ensure an upright, more natural riding posture.”
“To help bring the bars closer and give Becky a more upright position on her bike, I installed a set of swept-back Wald townie bars (think classic British three-speed) that a friend had given me a while back.”
“She was a pretty girl with long straight dark hair, but with sharp pointy swept-back features that made her look hard.”
“Our lands are being subjugated," says Mr. Vadillo, a powerfully built 46-year-old with a shiny suit, swept-back hair and a tidy goatee.”
“His first motorcycle was a 1929 Harley-Davidson JD, with what looked like a bicycle seat and swept-back handlebars.”
“Of course, being a bee it still possessed a vicious sting: two Sidewinder missiles hung from its swept-back wings, weighing more than the plane itself.”
“The SAC, Jonathan Phelps, mid-fifties, brushed at his gray swept-back hair, pushing it a little further back, and motioned the agent into a chair across from his cluttered desk.”
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