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  • Tristan Welch of Launceston Place chills his soufflé mixture before adding the egg whites, perhaps to stop the centre overcooking in the time it takes the dish to rise many a proud-looking soufflé of my experience has turned out to be dry and chewy upon excavation.

    How to cook perfect cheese soufflé

  • Bowe had found that to the naked eye, the property had a proud-looking mansion surrounded by laden apple trees with shockingly green leaves.

    Kresley Cole Immortals After Dark: The Clan MacRieve

  • Called "This Is Not a Fashion Photograph," that show includes such works as an untitled picture from Carrie Mae Weems's 1990 "Kitchen Table Series," which shows a proud-looking, perfectly coifed woman sitting erect at a dining table and staring straight ahead, almost mannequin-like, as a man slouched nearby reads the newspaper.

    Where Fashion Spreads Are Taken Seriously

  • He arrived soon afterwards, a proud-looking man of seventy-five; Kasai said it was old for an Ethiopian and to have a father that age was good luck.

    Long Way Down

  • He arrived soon afterwards, a proud-looking man of seventy-five; Kasai said it was old for an Ethiopian and to have a father that age was good luck.

    Long Way Down

  • He arrived soon afterwards, a proud-looking man of seventy-five; Kasai said it was old for an Ethiopian and to have a father that age was good luck.

    Long Way Down

  • He arrived soon afterwards, a proud-looking man of seventy-five; Kasai said it was old for an Ethiopian and to have a father that age was good luck.

    Long Way Down

  • And he, so erect and proud-looking, possessed nothing in the world but an old serape.

    The Plumed Serpent

  • By and by a proud-looking man about fifty-five — and he was a heap the best dressed man in that town, too — steps out of the store, and the crowd drops back on each side to let him come.

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

  • A tall, stout, and proud-looking woman, with a round-faced smiling daughter, entered the drawing room, their dresses rustling.

    War and Peace

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