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  • She had curly hair and a tied-in-front blouse, and the two of them put their hands on their knees and did a series of cross kicks.

    Futures Imperfect

  • There was also a thick-armed girl with long black curly hair dancing alone to the music in the center of the floor.

    Miss Misery

  • Twenty men, looking more Papuan than Moluccan, with broad noses and curly hair and warm wide grins, swarm onto the boat.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • The unruly curly hair sprang out vigorously like Medusa's snakes, and the very air around him seemed to quiver from his energy output.


  • I turned to see Zaina sprinting down the street, her curly hair bobbing and weaving across her face.

    Miss Misery

  • Bozo was a small, dark, hook-nosed man, with curly hair growing low on his head.

    Down and Out in Paris and London

  • Annita, a lovely, slender native of the Netherlands with long curly hair and a great smile, had met Paul when she was working for Alitalia, and he courted her all over the earth.

    Barbara Bush

  • Twenty-five or twenty-eight, with brown curly hair and a high forehead, The Smiling Matteo spoke a slurred, rapid-fire Italian and went about his duties capably and efficiently, but with as much enthusiasm as an alpine Ivan Denisovich, counting off the days.

    The Italian Summer

  • The problem we face is that under his un-Russian curly hair presides an American brain, which is fundamentally different from my Russian brain.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • Her hands sensually explored his chest and the virile mat of curly hair scattered across sinewed breastbones.

    The Best Way to Lose


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