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magnificent-looking

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  • Towering above his fellows he was a magnificent-looking creature ... his distinguishing attributes were perfect health and the vitality and good humour that sprang from it ...

    Great dynasties of the world: The Plantagenets

  • His companion, a magnificent-looking man in form, and so far resembling the young barbarian, but more clownish and peasant-like in the expression of his features, was Stephanos the wrestler, well known in the Palestra.

    Count Robert of Paris

  • We've posted photos from Cupcakery Cupcakes before, but here's a special spotlight, cause they're magnificent-looking, all via their Flickr stream.

    Spotlight on Cupcakery Cupcakes

  • She said: It was quite thrilling – amazing to crawl up so close to such a magnificent-looking animal.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • But he would come in with magnificent-looking women.

    CNN Transcript Dec 25, 2006

  • For more promising -- magnificent-looking, in fact -- cheese sandwiches ideas, there's two from Lucullian Delights and others from Tummy Treasure and Anne's Food more as they come online.

    A Cheese Sandwich, Considered | A Veggie Venture

  • But he would come in with magnificent-looking women.

    CNN Transcript Oct 15, 2006

  • But he would come in with magnificent-looking women.

    CNN Transcript Oct 9, 2006

  • Two illegitimate daughters had also resulted, magnificent-looking women, very much like their mother, one of whom married Istvan Türr which made Türr and Wyse brothers-in-law.

    The Path Between the Seas

  • Two illegitimate daughters had also resulted, magnificent-looking women, very much like their mother, one of whom married Istvan Türr which made Türr and Wyse brothers-in-law.

    The Path Between the Seas

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