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“Back in 2003, a traffic-stopping Hollywood extravaganza headlined by Martin Sheen was just one of the many ruckus antiwar rallies you could find.”
“People who swarm to the capital with colorful signs and traffic-stopping numbers will at least get some media coverage.”
“Smaller groups gathered at other scenic spots in the neighborhood, making sudden stops to take photos and traffic-stopping U-turns.”
“Rather than a traffic-stopping, radical act, the protest appeared to be just one more opportunity for folks to get together around a political issue.”
“Such designers as Phillip Lim and Nanette Lepore dabbled in traffic-stopping scarlet and energizing coral, eschewing the reliable pastels in favor of something a bit more unexpected.”
“More recently style icons from Marilyn Monroe to Sandra Bullock have all rallied around pretty, traffic-stopping shades.”
“Unaccompanied women were admitted free if they looked the part, and judging by the traffic-stopping scrum outside, looking the part was apparently the goal of half the twenty-one-year-olds in town.”
“India marveled at the fact that after two children and with each passing year, Esme just became a riper version of the traffic-stopping teenager she had known at Sibley.”
“When you invest the time and money in discovering your perfect pair of traffic-stopping jeans, the style returns can be endless.”
“Evidently, the book casts a wider art-world net, but that traffic-stopping title is a genuine downer.”
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