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  • John Olguin 1921-2010 John Olguin , a gnarled and bushy-bearded tracker of leviathans, helped introduce whale watching to generations of Southern Californians.

    California Showman Pioneered Whale Watching as a Pastime

  • Ali Faraj Hammada, a bushy-bearded 34-year-old who leads the Ajdabiya's revolutionary committee, said the city had enough supplies to hold out for two months and was prepared for a long fight.

    Rebel Pledge: 'Die Here If We Must'

  • Clad in a green argyle sweater and black-framed glasses, bushy-bearded lead singer Spencer Moody emerged with an acknowledging wave to the audience.

    Buzzine » Murder City Devils

  • But when you see the bushy-bearded, barrel-chested artist shuffling around in torn red canvas shoes, his sunglasses pushed back on his leonine head, it's hard to imagine success looking more relaxed.

    Dressed For Success

  • On a muddy street in Kabul, Abdul Satar, a bushy-bearded man of 64, was sitting in the window of his bakery selling loaves for 12 cents each.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Early action favored Hagrid, Harry's bushy-bearded half-giant pal, though Harry's love interest, Cho Chang, is also the object of heavy betting.

    Which Harry Potter Character Gets Whacked?

  • Early action favored Hagrid, Harry's bushy-bearded half-giant pal, though Harry's love interest, Cho Chang, is also the object of heavy betting.

    Which Harry Potter Character Gets Whacked?

  • The author hated the word “God” his childhood image was of a white bushy-bearded man with a cane who went around spreading plagues on people.

    The G.O.D. Experiments

  • You know, there is no shortage of bushy-bearded Unix-geeks with mad saintly eyes that they could consider, but I guess that you have to be dead first, and fatally wounding the ILECs probably isn't enough of a miracle to qualify for canonization.

    Boing Boing: January 26, 2003 - February 1, 2003 Archives

  • The prelate could walk through any of the city's markets and watch Videssians and tall, blond Halogai and even a few swarthy, stocky, bushy-bearded Khamorth haggling over amber and furs and wine and jewelry and horseflesh and weapons and a thousand other goods.

    Bridge of the Separator

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