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  • I get the impression the MSM is going lite on the Old, Grey-haired Guy cause if did their job and really investigated these odd problems that keep popping up, the repugs wouldn't have a candidate when their convention opens.

    Mystery Deepens Around McCain Bundler

  • Grey-haired and with a full and bushy cropped moustache, Georges was a diplomat now, formal and sober, and wished the world to know it.

    Sepulchre

  • Grey-haired folksinger Joan Baez, startling millions with the revelation that she is still alive, found her way to Crawford, Texas, where she delivered an impromptu protest concert (including the insufferable "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?") for several hundred supporters.

    The Madness of Michael Medved

  • Grey-haired force-boffin George Lucas DVDs has finally placed the big seal of confirmation on the upcoming Indiana Jones IV.

    George Lucas Talks Indiana Jones 5 Deliberately To Spite You

  • Grey-haired and controlled, he had a still core that would not be easily broken into.

    A Body In The Bath House

  • Grey-haired and weathered, she coolly puffed on her short cigars, enjoyed her whiskey, and delivered her tart opinions without a semblance of tact.

    Ancestral Passions

  • Grey-haired Mr Johnny Booysens had had a cut on his cheek disinfected by the medics, and was sitting in a chair.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Grey-haired old man, tender little child, anxious mother, busy worker, Jesus calls you to learn the lesson of His love, saying, "Come, and learn of Me, for I am meek and lowly in heart."

    The Life of Duty, v. 2 A year's plain sermons on the Gospels or Epistles

  • Grey-haired Mrs. Keymer asked Dick Graves to tell her who Mangin was, and said that she had seen too much of this sort of thing in Paris

    Jacob's Room

  • Grey-haired he was, penetration marked his eye, dark mystery pervaded his countenance.

    The Grey Cloak

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