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  • I glanced up to find a frail-looking woman with a short white coif being inched away in handcuffs.

    Ominous

  • Avery is sitting in the lap of a frail-looking octogenarian, who is helping her guide her needle in and out of the fabric.

    Ten Miles Past Normal

  • A frail-looking young woman came to the door to call the young man to supper.

    Chapter VIII

  • That September, a frail-looking Oral Roberts attended a rite when a schools brand new president, Mark Rutland, was formally inaugurated.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • The thin, frail-looking mother of three was silent and calm as the verdict was read out.

    Hong Kong Jury Finds American Expatriate Nancy Kissel Guilty of Murder

  • He was a small, frail-looking man in his mid-fifties, his balding head a gleaming network of oiled-down comb-over strands.

    The Priest

  • I glanced up to find a frail-looking woman with a short white coif being inched away in handcuffs.

    Ominous

  • Navigation through the vineyards is achieved by traveling along a confusing lattice of sandy tracks, one of which veers off the back road from the small village of Catusseau and leads to Le Pin, until recently identified only by an unexceptional house, standing in front of two pine trees and a line of frail-looking telephone wires.

    The Remarkable Rise of Le Pin

  • Avery is sitting in the lap of a frail-looking octogenarian, who is helping her guide her needle in and out of the fabric.

    Ten Miles Past Normal

  • That September, a frail-looking Oral Roberts attended a rite when a schools brand new president, Mark Rutland, was formally inaugurated.

    Evangelist Oral Roberts, pioneer of televangelism who founded ...

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