useful-looking love

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  • We had some useful-looking pipes and some huge levers and a big control room filled with buttons.

    Short story: Barthelme by Joanna Kavenna

  • (Picture at Crunchgear.) $399 without the keyboard (er, why would you want it without the useful-looking keyboard?) or $699 with it (what! a $300 keyboard?)

    CES 2011: The Asus tablet strategy: never mind the quality, feel the width

  • Here West, void in hearts, was most unlikely also to be short in diamonds, so the English declarer adopted the former line and recorded a useful-looking plus 1540.

    Feels like the first time

  • Into the cafe, wearing extremely useful-looking boots, strode Kat, the woman part of the Criten was married to.

    Interlude – Cafe Nekropolis « Unknowing

  • The free magazine box had an issue of Harvard Women's Health Newsletter with a useful-looking piece on hand exercises.

    Warning: political cooties

  • This friar was a soldier-priest, with a mail shirt under his heavy homespun cassock, a useful-looking sword of Eastern pattern in an elaborate sheath and boots of fine quality that had seen better days.

    The Skrayling Tree

  • But a glance deeper inside the cave revealed more of it, as well as evidence of some other useful-looking plants.

    HER KLINGON SOUL

  • At least she had on a useful-looking violet cloak.

    Stone of Tears

  • He stared in blank amazement for a fleeting second, and then, still carefully holding the cup, backed hastily and sideways out of the direct range of a very small but very useful-looking revolver in Jill's right hand.

    Desert Love

  • They were mounted on small, useful-looking horses, and were armed with smooth-bore carbines and _tulwars_ (Native swords).

    Forty-one years in India From Subaltern To Commander-In-Chief

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