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  • There will be a full Moon on Sunday week the 2d of September at Midnight, and an eclipse will come on about half after 9 at night and last till 12, when you may see the full broad-faced luminary perhaps half cover'd by the shadow of the earth.

    Letter 266

  • A stocky, broad-faced man in late middle age, he projects an air of warmth, openness, and intelligence.

    The Fall of Mexico

  • Pakistan's GEO TV broadcast a photo of a broad-faced, 40-something man in a plaid shirt sitting in the back of a police car, who it identified as the American involved in the shootout.

    Lahore shootout: Spy rendezvous gone bad?

  • A stocky, broad-faced man in late middle age, he projects an air of warmth, openness, and intelligence.

    The Fall of Mexico

  • A stocky, broad-faced man in late middle age, he projects an air of warmth, openness, and intelligence.

    The Fall of Mexico

  • I was angry to my soul with my big, hearty, broad-faced uncle, so unlike his sister, my mother.

    The Secret of the Sealed Room

  • It mattered little to Kool G Rap that the most dangerous thing that the broad-faced, blue-eyed Queens rhymesmith Whiteboy had ever done was chain-smoke.

    Zebratown

  •  They stared as Langdon, the director, a plump, broad-faced man with a studied seriousness, embraced me and steered me to the side of the stage.

    For A Day

  • I was angry to my soul with my big, hearty, broad-faced uncle, so unlike his sister, my mother.

    Wicked Will

  • Young, broad-faced, black-haired, happy, he made the rounds of the tables as many restaurateurs do, inquiring as to the comfort and satisfaction of his guests.

    The Italian Summer

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