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  • An eagle-like man, who, by keenness of brain and force of character, has carved out a fortune of hundreds of millions.

    THEFT

  • When SF posits sentient mammal-like aliens, it usually opts for predators high in human totem poles Anderson's eagle-like Ythrians, Cherryh's leonine Hani.

    Athena Andreadis, Ph.D.: "Are We Not (as Good as) Men?"

  • His features had the eagle-like quality that is so frequently found in those of the North American Indian.

    YAH! YAH! YAH!

  • It is beneficial for us to understand what is happening and be able to see, with an eagle-like vision, our relative experience in the context of the whole, because it affords us not only clarity, but also a sense of belonging.

    Mijanou Montealegre: Great Transformation Happening on the Planet

  • The eyes had narrowed till they were eagle-like, and Martin almost caught his breath as he noted the eagle beak with its dilated nostrils, defiant, assertive, aggressive.

    Chapter 31

  • His was the same eagle-like nose as his brother's, save that it was more eagle-like, while the blue eyes were pronouncedly so.

    BY THE TURTLES OF TASMAN

  • His flesh hinted of grossness, especially so in the eagle-like aquiline nose that must once have been the other's, but that had lost the austerity the other's still retained.

    CREATED HE THEM

  • He had the curly hair, the aquiline nose, and even the aquiline eye—an eye so eagle-like that a second lid would not have surprised me—of an unusual and dominant nature.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • The beak's a little smaller than before (though purposefully more eagle-like than chicken-like) and he's spikier.

    GUIDOLON 3D model - more thoughts?

  • The new Slapshot does have more eagle-like eyes than the old one, I've noticed.

    I Am A Mascot Strict Constructionist

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