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forbidding-looking

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  • Behind this tame woodland loomed a forbidding-looking stone fence some ten feet high, topped with electrified wire.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • Behind this tame woodland loomed a forbidding-looking stone fence some ten feet high, topped with electrified wire.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • Behind this tame woodland loomed a forbidding-looking stone fence some ten feet high, topped with electrified wire.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • Behind this tame woodland loomed a forbidding-looking stone fence some ten feet high, topped with electrified wire.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • She's drawn as this big mean forbidding-looking character, which is obviously how Clementine sees her, and yet as you read through her interactions with Clementine especially in the second book you see how generous and warm she really is, and how creative at dealing with this wonderful but obviously challenging child.

    Teachers According to Clementine

  • And that's likely all I can say about that until contract-and-marketing time, especially since I've signed forbidding-looking NDAs in one or two cases.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • In my new office in Mom & Dad's house which was my old office, and before that, my sister's room I have cleared off the top of my desk and arranged all of my Fairweather memorabilia: antique bottles, a model human skull, some rusty skeleton keys, and a sepia-toned picture of a distinguished and forbidding-looking man who's standing in for Sabine's father.

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  • In my new office in Mom & Dad's house which was my old office, and before that, my sister's room I have cleared off the top of my desk and arranged all of my Fairweather memorabilia: antique bottles, a model human skull, some rusty skeleton keys, and a sepia-toned picture of a distinguished and forbidding-looking man who's standing in for Sabine's father.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • In the background was a river, and beyond that, a forbidding-looking castle.

    Dance Of Death

  • This forbidding-looking person came stumping and jerking along toward me, whisking his stick now and then viciously in the air, and giving his fell of hair a short shake, like a wild bull preparing to attack.

    Uncle Silas

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