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  • But more than that, their faces were layered with bone and skin, their features resembling not so much those of a goatwho can be a noble-looking animal, even when he isn2t all that prettyas they resembled the features of giants or hideously deformed men.

    Virginity

  • A tall, noble-looking man reaches out and grabs her wrist.

    Cheer!

  • A tall, noble-looking man reaches out and grabs her wrist.

    Cheer!

  • For the popularized 1880 version, notes Salter, “Alcott agreed not only to revisions of grammar and punctuation but also to rewordings that cleaned up slang, simplified cultural references, remade ‘motherly’ Marmee as ‘noble-looking,’ and in dozens of ways conventionalized sentiment, gender roles and character.”

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  • The movie opened with images of a vast Nashi meeting of youths in identical white T shirts, red stars on their chests, and continued with shots of Putin juxtaposed against photos of a noble-looking wolf, followed by images of rats symbolizing corrupt government bureaucrats.

    Young Russia Rises

  • For the popularized 1880 version, notes Salter, “Alcott agreed not only to revisions of grammar and punctuation but also to rewordings that cleaned up slang, simplified cultural references, remade ‘motherly’ Marmee as ‘noble-looking,’ and in dozens of ways conventionalized sentiment, gender roles and character.”

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  • I know that you are free, a poet, and noble-looking.

    Modeste Mignon

  • The movie opened with images of a vast Nashi meeting of youths in identical white T shirts, red stars on their chests, and continued with shots of Putin juxtaposed against photos of a noble-looking wolf, followed by images of rats symbolizing corrupt government bureaucrats.

    Russia accused of launching first massive cyberstrike against Estonia

  • For the popularized 1880 version, notes Salter, “Alcott agreed not only to revisions of grammar and punctuation but also to rewordings that cleaned up slang, simplified cultural references, remade ‘motherly’ Marmee as ‘noble-looking,’ and in dozens of ways conventionalized sentiment, gender roles and character.”

    Today’s Reads | PopPolitics.com

  • They are noble-looking beings, fantastically and sometimes quite beautifully adorned, with a proud carriage, and, save for their mouths, almost microscopic heads.

    First Men in the Moon

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