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“As Zan studied him, she thought for the second time that day that Matthew would grow up to look like him, with those wide-spaced brown eyes and even features.”
“Eventually the piece turns calm again, and the music becomes reflective, with wide-spaced harmonies and quizzical, halting melodic lines.”
“There's something very manipulative about their appearance, the wide-spaced eyes, etc - like cutsey cartoon characters.”
“March 17th, 2010 at 4: 07 pm fergus says: inzloo08, I like to refer to Michele Malkin as “Hammerhead” because, like the shark, she has abnormally wide-spaced eyes, a gigantic mouthful of teeth and a tiny little brain.”
“Although there was something about her face, too, in the way it had the same curious flatness, the same wide-spaced eyes, vacant in expression, looking inward towards some cosseted flame of feminine mystique.”
“Her wide-spaced, sea green eyes widened for a moment.”
“Her eyes are large, wide-spaced, and framed by thick lashes and brows.”
“In gloom that was only thrown into contrast by a wide-spaced row of electric lights, a long line of barred and locked converted horse-stalls ran down one side of a lean-to building.”
“And then he was flying over what must have been a residential area, for beneath him were roads that rolled briskly along like moving belts, between wide-spaced buildings no two of which were of the same design-or even, as he presently realized, built to the same scale.”
“The girl in the water had high, sweeping cheekbones, a determined chin, dark and wide-spaced eyes.”
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