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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.
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.
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.
But I loved being talked about in the same conversations as the white brushcut from Parry Sound.
He doesn't wear the thick glasses or carry the same brushcut hairstyle that Joe Maddon had with the Tampa Bay Rays this year.
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.
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.