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  • His aides who came to the dinners also soon began to notice that Ruth seemed more distant during these functions, more grim-looking while others were having a gay time.

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  • The German sat across the aisle and fingered his neck and throat and often spat into a grim-looking handkerchief.

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  • But upon visiting the Alice Springs Airport site the other day to track down a transfer bus, my eye was immediately caught by a grim-looking warning (in DOC format) about Murray Valley encephalitis (MVE) and Kunjin disease, both mosquito-borne maladies that are common in the area.

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  • A grim-looking woman stood at her side of the bed.

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  • "What the hell are you ladies in such a hurry for?" she mutters, as she saunters out to join a car full of grim-looking fellow workers honking for her.

    Chances for Hope

  • His aides who came to the dinners also soon began to notice that Ruth seemed more distant during these functions, more grim-looking while others were having a gay time.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • This grim-looking fellow — normally he smiles a lot -- was my guide.

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  • Lonergan and a grim-looking detective sergeant doing a classic double-hander, but with himself very much taking the lead.

    The Priest

  • As a friendly audience cheered for Mr. Walcott, a grim-looking Mr. Bloomberg gripped the lectern with both hands and took a deep breath.

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  • A grim-looking woman stood at her side of the bed.

    Leaf Fielding: To Live Outside the Law

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