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  • Otherwise: 'the fox-faced woman across the way popped into his view again' 260.

    Robert Jordan, Wheel of Time 7: A Crown of Swords (1994)

  • The salesclerk, petite and fox-faced, helps him arrange a birthday bouquet for his mistress.

    The Lady Matador’s Hotel

  • And some ema, like the fox-faced ema pictured above, seem to be made so that people can embellish them.

    Ema - Japanese Prayer Plaques

  • He is a Missouri Rimbaud, fox-faced, tall and athletic.

    13 Crimes Against Love, or, the Crow's Confession

  • Judy Lang is perhaps five feet seven inches tall, and slender, and quite beautiful in a fox-faced way, her blonde hair cut so that it falls loose and straight to just above her shoulders.

    Alice in Jeopardy

  • Stop seeing every Romulan of a certain age as a potential father—all right then, the one in his prime, square-faced, ridge-browed, graying at the temples, deferred to the elder who was the handsomer of the two—silver-haired, smooth-browed, fox-faced, patrician.

    CATALYST OF SORROWS

  • A wiry little fox-faced man who spoke a dozen native tongues, he had been a corath trader and a collector for the museum.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Someone floated next to him; Phil turned to see a thin, fox-faced man in his late fifties.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Kayla and the four Guardians were there waiting for them, along with a fox-faced young human man with unkempt black hair, dressed in a T-shirt and jeans.

    Spirits White As Lightning

  • The Gypsies themselves moved among the wagons and horses; handsome, fox-faced people, with brilliant white teeth that flashed in smiles across their dark skin.

    Villains by Necessity

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