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  • n. Alternative form of brush cut.


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  • An older guy with a silvery brushcut and a big grin was working over a hardscrabble couple in their thirties.

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  • I lived in Iowa City at the time and fancied myself The Face; wore a brushcut and a 2-button sharkskin suit, porkpie hat & trenchcoat from Ragstock.

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  • He searched Sato's face, pockmarked and rather angular, with slab cheeks that rose high into his eye sockets and a wide, sleek forehead topped by coarse, brushcut hair.

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  • But I loved being talked about in the same conversations as the white brushcut from Parry Sound.

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  • He doesn't wear the thick glasses or carry the same brushcut hairstyle that Joe Maddon had with the Tampa Bay Rays this year. Home RSS feed

  • He's 39 now, Fleming, but looks older; his hair, once a thick and golden brushcut, running thin and wispy, his stomach fat and soft.

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  • Disheveled in an earth-toned suit, Mr. O’Neal hunched over the petite sex therapist as he swept around a small dance floor of his own making that was bordered by the D.J. booth and a couch where his intermittent girlfriend, actress Farrah Fawcett, the novelist Jackie Collins and bon vivant actor George Hamilton, in a walnut-hued tan and modified military brushcut, watched with mild amusement.

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