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  • Nor is it at all clear to us why “Walter J. Trumble is the sort of name” that Woolf thought apt for this “elderly and apparently prosperous” gold-toothed husband (indulgent but unfaithful) who evidently made the unfortunate mistake of visiting the United States of America.

    Trumbles in Fiction III

  • Nor is it at all clear to us why “Walter J. Trumble is the sort of name” that Woolf thought apt for this “elderly and apparently prosperous” gold-toothed husband (indulgent but unfaithful) who evidently made the unfortunate mistake of visiting the United States of America.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • And Mrs. Sabo gives me a little gold-toothed smile as if whatever was on the other end of her fishing line has just pulled her back into the present for a minute and in the silence I feel my mom is here, together with me, under the Lithuanian sunrise, both of us with decades left to live.

    Memory Wall

  • And Mrs. Sabo gives me a little gold-toothed smile as if whatever was on the other end of her fishing line has just pulled her back into the present for a minute and in the silence I feel my mom is here, together with me, under the Lithuanian sunrise, both of us with decades left to live.

    Memory Wall

  • Comedy rapper Doc Brown opens with a prank, pretending to be the kind of gold-toothed, macho hip-hop star that Edinburgh audiences would probably hate.

    Doc Brown

  • Aaron Hillis for Premiere on The Grand: [T] he coup de grace is [Zak] Penn's Incident at Loch Ness buddy - and one of the greatest living filmmakers today - Werner Herzog, who provides the film's biggest yuks as 'The German,' a gold-toothed, brass knuckle-baring, rabbit-owning card shark.

    GreenCine Daily: Tribeca. Awards and reviews.

  • Langton would have liked to smash his fist into his pugnacious, gloating, gold-toothed mouth.

    Deadly Intent

  • I ignored the heckling reporters and directed my question toward the gold-toothed, young hoodlum who lay stretched out before me.

    Street Judge

  • I ignored the heckling reporters and directed my question toward the gold-toothed, young hoodlum who lay stretched out before me.

    Street Judge

  • When did we get to the point where gaudy, gold-toothed wannabe gangstas rhyming about 'bitches' and 'hoes' became representative of all black people Americans?

    Brian Copeland: "I'd Walk a Million Miles for One of Your Votes..."

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