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  • People who lose weight with diet alone develop a flat, shapeless appearance, not a fit, lively, head-turning one.

    Body by Design

  • But those were merely steps toward a new beginning: Improbably, R&S has become one of dance music's premier labels in the here and now, thanks to a head-turning assortment of EPs by right-now acts such as Radio Slave, Pariah, Space Dimension Controller, Untold, and – oh yes – James Blake, whose 2010 R&S 12-inch CMYK is the track that launched the hype machine into overdrive.

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  • Now I have all the head-turning fun of a multimirrored modstyle vintage Vespa with the conscience-soothing, completely silent, clean, and nonpolluting practicality of a thoroughly modern electric scooter.

    E Is for Environment

  • We have to give them something head-turning to look at.

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  • From chrome grilles, to chrome exhaust tips, to chrome door handles and mirror covers, a vast array of Mercedes parts for chrome detailing are available to outfit your ride into a piece of head-turning luxury equipment that stands in a class of style all its own.

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  • The traditional model was a dramatically styled, head-turning expression of a manufacturer's ambition and ability.

    Dream Cars

  • And for politicos up on their international relations, the choice of an Indian American designer proved that fashion isn't frivolous; it's head-turning diplomacy.

    Michelle Obama's power moves

  • Within five weeks of 9/11, in head-turning speed and with none of the typical deliberation devoted to other legislation, Congress passed the 342 page Patriot Act.

    Vito de la Cruz: Civil Liberties Were Casualties of 9/11

  • Giselle was radiant, stunning even, with a head-turning gorgeousness that had not been foreshadowed in her late teens.

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  • The spotlight is also shining down on another featured speaker, Cheryl Kilodavis, who created the head-turning book My Princess Boy.

    Greg Archer: Transgender Nation: Bold New Works Speak to the Trans Journey


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