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  • She got herself a gray wig, old-age makeup, and dowdy old-woman clothes, and made sure NBC knew that she was the one for Sophia.

    We Remember - Estelle Getty, 1923 - 2008

  • In the Hinds version, she has pendulous, old-woman breasts, a gigantic fat belly, and, like Grendel, serpentine pubic hairs.

    Beowulf

  • If her stomach hadn't suddenly dropped into her shoes, she might find it in herself to smile over Gabby's old-woman tendencies.

    Hot For Him

  • I send you gray-haired, wrinkly-faced, old-woman energy to fend off the disbelievers!!!

    they call alabama the crimson tide

  • Then the doors opened and my kerchiefed old-woman self addressed me.

    Wake Up, Sir!

  • “Have we come to this, that every old-woman Turk smites us?”

    Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah

  • She dropped her mirror, bent down with old-woman creakiness, and splayed the fingers of one hand on the frozen ground while she picked it up with the other.

    Memory of Fire

  • You have all these old-woman expressions—tasty—you have to get caught up to your generation.

    THE EXTRA MAN

  • It was the Yellow Adept who tended him, in her natural old-woman form.

    Blue Adept

  • "If you have something to say then get on with it-but don't give me all that tearful old-woman blubbering!"

    The Emperor and the Monster

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