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forlorn-looking

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  • We originally tested Edward in a plain white shirt, as a forlorn-looking option.

    'New Moon' costume designer Tish Monaghan on Edward's suit and Jacob's cut-offs | EW.com

  • Mind-boggled and not yet finished with my first cup of coffee, I turned for comfort to my hometown paper, the Washington Post, only to find a large close-up photo of an extremely forlorn-looking Marion Barry.

    What Were They Thinking?

  • After shaking his hand in confusion, she wandered back into an old kitchen, then a bedroom, where she found a solitary and forlorn-looking Secret Service agent standing watch.

    Going Home to Glory

  • Many of these students come from less-than-privileged backgrounds in forlorn-looking towns on the outskirts of London.

    Making a High School Musical When It Isn't

  • Waiting outside Buckholtz's apartment building, Yount, who has a relaxed, gregarious comic style, spies a forlorn-looking chair parked on the street corner.

    One-joke town: Can comics hit the big time in Washington?

  • (At this point, Maddow shows footage of a forlorn-looking, untended boom in a marsh she visited last week).

    Bill Mann: Maddow Doing Crucial Reports on BP's Botched Spill Clean-Up

  • Mind-boggled and not yet finished with my first cup of coffee, I turned for comfort to my hometown paper, the Washington Post, only to find a large close-up photo of an extremely forlorn-looking Marion Barry.

    What Were They Thinking?

  • (Soundbite of crowd) QUIST-ARCTON: As children head home from a nearby Quranic school, he points down the road from his house to a forlorn-looking compound where he says an active American consulate used to be until it closed its doors about 15 years ago.

    Bomb Bid Throws Nigeria Into Terrorism Debate

  • Mind-boggled and not yet finished with my first cup of coffee, I turned for comfort to my hometown paper, the Washington Post, only to find a large close-up photo of an extremely forlorn-looking Marion Barry.

    What Were They Thinking?

  • A pale, eerie, alien world with giant sculptures in the vague shape of cars and wheelie-bins - and occasional forlorn-looking figures staggering back the other way, obscured by a haze of still-falling snow.

    Technically Speaking...

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