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“Every book I've borrowed I've returned," Hay says, a smile crinkling his white-whiskered face.”
“New York Tall, white-whiskered and dressed in a tailored suit, Bruce Lundvall is sitting at his desk in the Manhattan headquarters of EMI Music.”
“When she finishes, Nina barely has time to slip into her floral dress before being stormed by inquisitive academics, including a white-whiskered educational psychologist who wants to talk about developing a program where porn stars work with the handicapped.”
“Gulam Beg was a stout, white-whiskered old cove with silver-rimmed spectacles on the end of his nose, and when I announced that Ilderim Khan of Mogala was my sponsor he was all over me.”
“Pencherjevsky had simmered down a good deal by this time; he had ordered a brew of punch, and invited East and myself to join him, and we were sipping at the scalding stuff by the hall fire when the Cossack came in, an old, stout, white-whiskered scoundrel with his belt at the last hole. 32 He was grinning, and had his nagaika in his hand.”
“On the side to his left was a stout, white-whiskered fellow in a blue uniform coat frosted with decorations - a marshal if ever I saw one.”
“I sat, believe me, and he gave a great white-whiskered grin, chuckling, and poured two stiff tots from the decanter on the buffet.”
“Right, McWatters, awa 'wi' them tae the Tombs," he was telling the white-whiskered cove.”
“One of the newcomers, a white-whiskered file in steel spectacles, dropped to his knee beside us and seized Annette by the arm.”
“Smiling, the kind old man rubbed his white-whiskered chin.”
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