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  • He hired a nurse, a grim-visaged professional named Miss Mabel McGillicuddy.

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  • He hired a nurse, a grim-visaged professional named Miss Mabel McGillicuddy.

    "A Leak in the Fountain of Youth" by Amelia Reynolds Long, part 2

  • Then she stood, grim-visaged, and marched resolutely into the temple.

    REBELS: THE LIBERATED, BOOK III OF III

  • Then she stood, grim-visaged, and marched resolutely into the temple.

    REBELS: THE LIBERATED, BOOK III OF III

  • Noisy vetturini and muddy market-carts were disputing possession of the yard, which was ankle-deep in dirt, with a brood of splashed and bespattered geese; and there was a grim-visaged dog, viciously panting in

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  • Duchien was a grim-visaged little man, his dour face belied by an expansive soul worthy of a Wetlands merchant after a big spice deal.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • He gestured in the direction of the two grim-visaged combatants.

    The Mocking Program

  • I must travel all through the garden on my knees, saying rosaries every hour on the hour, with my grim-visaged duenna by my side.

    In the Garden of Iden

  • Nef, who would much rather have been in her warm room listening to the radio, was grim-visaged indeed.

    In the Garden of Iden

  • It was decorated with a rather grim-visaged figurehead; with her formidable bare bosom and tangled curls all spangled with salt, the lady looked as though she didn't enjoy sea air all that much.

    Dragonfly in Amber

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