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  • The bushy-headed prince is third in line to the Japanese throne -- some of today's "Hot Shots," pictures often worth 1,000 words.

    CNN Transcript Sep 15, 2006

  • "See that bushy-headed grass?" she replied, wading into the frigid, ankle-deep water.

    Genellan- Planetfall

  • In 1968 there was actually a poster placed on two thousand billboards across the country that had a picture of a bushy-headed eighteen-year-old and said, "Beautify America, Get a Haircut."

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • Bands of bushy-headed warriors milled about in confusion.

    River God

  • Donelson, in going down the road from his farm, descried a fat, ragged, bushy-headed, tangled-mustached, dilapidated-looking creature, (something like an Italian organ-grinder in distress,) so disguised in mud as to be scarcely recognizable.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 5, May, 1862 Devoted To Literature And National Policy

  • She saw herself a ragged, gaunt, bushy-headed child moving on a tight rope above a dark abyss, intent only upon a luminous globe floating just out of reach ahead of her, that she stretched out for eagerly with both her hands.

    O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921

  • I hastily made some excuse to get back on deck, and the little, bushy-headed mate smiled and nodded approvingly at me as I went up the alleyway forward.

    Mr. Trunnell, Mate of the Ship "Pirate"

  • And the little bushy-headed fellow turned and led the way down over the poop, entering the forward cabin, where the steward was waiting to tell us how glad he was we had turned up, and also serve out good grog with a meal of potatoes and canned fruit.

    Mr. Trunnell, Mate of the Ship "Pirate"

  • It was plain that the little bushy-headed fellow was not afraid, for he squared his broad shoulders and stood at attention like a man who has dealt with desperate men and knew how to get along with them.

    Mr. Trunnell, Mate of the Ship "Pirate"

  • He struggled vainly to get free of his lashings, but the little bushy-headed mate tucked him under his arm, while Jim took his feet, and the crowd of gaping men broke away as they went forward.

    Mr. Trunnell, Mate of the Ship "Pirate"


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