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distinguished-looking

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  • He watched as Ivan Allen, spotting a distinguished-looking man in a clerical collar, pulled him up to the car roof.

    Burial for a King

  • He watched as Ivan Allen, spotting a distinguished-looking man in a clerical collar, pulled him up to the car roof.

    Burial for a King

  • He watched as Ivan Allen, spotting a distinguished-looking man in a clerical collar, pulled him up to the car roof.

    Burial for a King

  • However right Andrew Roberts may be about our obsession with candidates looking presidential, he is wrong in saying, "In Britain, it would have meant the tall, slim and distinguished-looking Neville Chamberlain winning out over the tubby, bald Winston Churchill."

    Where Is Today's Warren Harding?

  • She appeared in more than 120 movies over the following twenty-three years, usually portraying distinguished-looking society women.

    Five People Born on May 2nd | myFiveBest

  • He watched as Ivan Allen, spotting a distinguished-looking man in a clerical collar, pulled him up to the car roof.

    Burial for a King

  • He was a distinguished-looking man with long, waxed mustachios.

    Question for my writerly buds

  • She caught their reflection in the hallway mirror -- - a distinguished-looking, tall man with white-flecked brown hair and glasses, a petite, curly-haired woman, her arms crossed over her chest, each readying to leap into that same, bottomless argument.

    Excerpt: Still Alice by Lisa Genova

  • He was a distinguished-looking man with a long, waxed mustachio.

    Question for my writerly buds

  • In Britain, it would have meant the tall, slim and distinguished-looking Neville Chamberlain winning out over the tubby, bald Winston Churchill.

    Our Obsession With 'Looking Presidential'

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