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  • He found his dark-lensed aviator style sunglasses and put them on, then took up the second pistol again.

    The Arsenal

  • He entered the woods now, moving slowly, pushing aside overhanging branches, not breaking them, ducking the larger ones, squinting against the cool sunlight through his dark-lensed aviator-style sunglasses.

    The End Is Coming

  • The voice was from his right, and he wheeled toward it, squinting in the sunlight despite the dark-lensed glasses he wore.

    The End Is Coming

  • His pistols held close to his sides at hip level, Rourke moved toward the man, Rourke's eyes behind the dark-lensed aviator-style sunglasses scanning from side to side.

    The Savage Horde

  • Rourke leaned forward on the handlebars of his motorcycle, squinting down at the road below them, the intense desert sun rising in waves, visible despite the dark-lensed aviator framed glasses he wore.

    Total War

  • Rourke snatched a pair of dark-lensed aviator sunglasses and tried them on, then found a dark gray Stetson in his size.

    Total War

  • Rourke leaned forward on the handlebars of his motorcycle, squinting down at the road below them, the intense desert sun rising in waves, visible despite the dark-lensed aviator-framed glasses he wore.

    The Nightmare Begins

  • And he spent most of the show in a pair of dark-lensed tortoiseshell sunnies, with what he later admitted were first-day nerves.

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  • On the accessories front, we loved the huge, floppy hats, long, bold earrings, and dark-lensed sunglasses.

    The Budget Fashionista

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