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  • After that they have done that, she says, a man (for she is just an assistant, I am going to attended to by a veritable team) is going to take a series of very sharp and nasty-looking implements casually displayed at eye level for my viewing pleasure – and their easy reach – and cut a nice hole into me.

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  • September 25, 2009 at 05: 47 PM aw man, I really liked your Coraline header. also, Seth Rogan is nasty-looking but I guess that makes him perfect for this part. even my love for Anna Faris could not get me to see this movie though ..

    My Report report

  • Shanties with corrugated-metal roofs, unpaved dirt streets with foul-smelling rivulets of water running down them, barefoot kids in tattered shorts and stained T-shirts, groups of nasty-looking hombres hanging around in the shadows of doorways.

    Famous

  • There was concern for Phil Jones, who started at right-back but left the fray early with a suspected cheekbone fracture, having caught a nasty-looking elbow from Clint Dempsey in a second-minute aerial challenge.

    Fulham 0-5 Manchester United | Premier League match report

  • It had grasping fingers and long, "nasty-looking claws" that could swipe and rake.

    New dog-sized dinosaur discovered

  • And there they were: three large-ish, nasty-looking, feminine sanitary devices.

    Vet's view: Gross-out humor comes up now and then

  • There is thus reference in my book to how the defendant felt intimidated by the barristers 'wigs and gowns, and the defense counsel is described as wishing that the American system of jury selection applied in England so that he could get rid of a particularly nasty-looking juror.

    An Interview with Simon Tolkein

  • Shanties with corrugated-metal roofs, unpaved dirt streets with foul-smelling rivulets of water running down them, barefoot kids in tattered shorts and stained T-shirts, groups of nasty-looking hombres hanging around in the shadows of doorways.

    Famous

  • At one point, the Shopkeeper grabbed a nasty-looking club from beneath the bench and swore vengeance himself upon the Dragon.

    A MAGIC SWORD • by Stu Andrews

  • When she ran out of the house she found me hiding behind Rex who was barking and growling at a “nasty-looking snake, pink and black and orange, making hissing and buzzing sounds.”

    Born to Bark

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