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  • Anno pauses for a moment, and gives a dark-browed stare out the window.

    Let’s Die Together

  • Anno pauses for a moment, and gives a dark-browed stare out the window.

    Let’s Die Together

  • Next to the bass player, a bald-headed, dark-browed guitar player would occasionally step up to sing lead, and his voice had all the sweetness of doo-wop, of Buddy Holly and Richie Valens.

    Daniel Wolff: Ozomatli

  • There had been three duels at Chicago in the morning, and one of the duellists, a swarthy, dark-browed villain, sat next but one to me.

    The Englishwoman in America

  • On the cover of the Spanish book, a lush blonde clearly the gold-haired, dark-browed model that Royo used on a lot of his works, dressed in the wispy remains of a negligee, is fording a river while carrying a complex, LED-rich automatic weapon.

    Re:Print

  • Before them still stretched the field by which they could recall the whole story of their lives, from the years when they rolled in its dewy grass down to the years when they awaited in it the dark-browed Cossack maiden, running timidly across it on quick young feet.

    Taras Bulba

  • On the other hand, a dark-browed woman who had her hands hidden beneath her shawl stood gazing at the rescued man in silence, and with her side turned towards him.

    Through Russia

  • The dark-browed woman was breaking off morsels from a wheaten scone that was lying in her lap, and saying as she did so:

    Through Russia

  • But he has a house-keeper, a dark-eyed, dark-browed, plump, fresh-looking woman of five-and-thirty with a moustache; she wears starched dresses even on week-days, and on

    A Sportsman's Sketches

  • It is known for a fact that frequent fights took place between the husband and wife, but rumour had it that Fyodor Pavlovitch did not beat his wife but was beaten by her, for she was a hot-tempered, bold, dark-browed, impatient woman, possessed of remarkable physical strength.

    The Brothers Karamazov

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