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  • Getty Images Amar'e Stoudemire has helped transform big-framed glasses from the domain of dork to the realm of the super hip.

    Great Moments in NBA Accessories

  • Michael Caine The Look: Lady Killer three-button blazers, fitted double-breasted suits, mod roll-necks, linen, big-framed specs.

    Dress Like an Icon

  • A big-framed man who has a clumsy way with gear -- "Things break that I touch" -- Mr. Fothergill's strengths lie in big-picture storytelling and logistics.

    A Wildlife Filmmaker Goes After Bigger Prey

  • The Trailblazer is a big, heavy, big-framed truck, it's not car-based SUV, so it doesn't have great handling, it doesn't have great braking or terrific fuel economy.

    CNN Transcript May 20, 2007

  • The Trailblazer is a big, heavy, big-framed truck, it's not car-based SUV, so it doesn't have great handling, it doesn't have great braking or terrific fuel economy.

    CNN Transcript May 19, 2007

  • The most exciting thing about him, though, were his big-framed glasses.

    Is a good thing just around the corner?

  • The most exciting thing about him, though, were his big-framed glasses.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • They could only stand round and gaze on the square, sullen, livid features of the big-framed man, and each lament that he had ever heard the name of Melmotte.

    The Way We Live Now

  • So what you have above is grouse, wearing his Dad's big-framed "old man" glasses.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • Dickie was late thirties, big-framed with a head like an artillery shell stood on end.

    Set in Darkness

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