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  • With a wholehearted smile that scrunched up his kind-looking face, we saw him on billboards, in print ads, and later, in television ads hanging out with superstars -- always beaming, always Iranian.

    Shirin Sadeghi: Iranian-American Fashion Icon Bijan Pakzad Passes Away

  • So here's Pea running to me, and there's a kind-looking man standing alone with a bemused smile.

    Ken Wong: The Language Not Needed For Love

  • “Left mute from throat cancer,” the Times told readers, the kind-looking and 73-year-old Mr. Monroe is yet another victim of overzealous and possibly racist white cops.

    Homer, Lousiana, Pearcy, Arkansas, and The New York Times

  • When the warden, a surprisingly kind-looking man in his late fifties, saw that the IV was attached, he raised his right arm.

    Hi-Ya!

  • My comment is I went to the trial in 2005 and saw Michael and I thought he was a very kind-looking gentleman and his mother was lovely.

    CNN Transcript Jun 29, 2009

  • Luckily this kind-looking waitress allowed me to deposit my cake when I told her that I forgot to bring something - I felt bad but well if I don't keep the cake cold, we'll be drinking cookies and cream instead.

    teddy-risation™

  • That doesn't sound like such a good deal to me, and I'm not sure why the otherwise kind-looking Goddess Manshen (hauntingly portrayed by Kaige's real-life wife Chen Hong) would proffer it, but gods will be gods and kids will be kids, so let's just go with it.

    Victor Ozols: The Promise at Tribeca: Epic Accomplished

  • Surrounded by college students, and the father of three children who are now ages 35, 33 and 27, Prof. Wuthnow, a kind-looking gentleman with a full head of white hair, has long been fascinated by the demographic differences between young adults today and his own generation.

    A New Generation of the Young

  • At her side one of the paramedics, a kind-looking thirty - year-old, tried to calm her, explaining that the hospital was just seconds away.

    Read an Excerpt From 'Sick'

  • A kind-looking man with long white hair dropped a $10 bill into her hat while we sat there, and she saw it.

    I did a good thing but I had a bad thought « knitnut.net

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