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  • Greg Davies has gone on to major fame as sadistic Mr Gilbert in The Inbetweeners, and similar success surely awaits bulging-eyed clown Marek Larwood.

    This week's new comedy

  • You've got wackos from Texas threatening to secede (if only) and bulging-eyed, bulging waistline, dimwits who make you wonder how the White race ever supremacized anyone, baying at the moon, screaming for our president's scalp.

    Calling all Commies: We Need You!

  • The bulging-eyed man hurried to help the woman out of the carriage—and then another woman, following after her.

    City of Glass

  • The plot is simple: Searching for her missing bulging-eyed dragon with the help of a mysterious green witch, little girl Lin journeys over the Great Wall and across a river, learning lessons along the way about family, friendship — and penmanship.

    Playlist: Search Site Viewzi.com, J.J. Abrams' Fringe, My Bloody Valentine

  • Nikita also developed eye problems, common in these flat-faced, bulging-eyed cats.

    The Last Chance Dog

  • As I listened to the aggressive harangue I could almost see the red-haired man shouting, bulging-eyed, into the receiver.

    Every living thing

  • The head was grotesque, bulging-eyed and savagely marked, while the face was a mixture of man and bear.

    Ghost King

  • I saw the large fish, one of the bulging-eyed fish we had seen earlier, a gigantic gint, or like a gigantic gint, it now having slipped over the channel's sill, disappear under the water.

    Explorers Of Gor

  • A bruise mark the size of a small plate forming on her temple, Katherine staggered over to where Caitland lay draped across the bulging-eyed, barely human form of Morris.

    With Friends Like These...

  • He winked one eye jauntily at Shorty who was standing wide-mouthed, bulging-eyed listening, and went on:

    The City of Fire

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