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  • And not rich people fish in tanks with tiny treasure chests -- we're talking mean-looking catfish, in fresh water with long, razor-like fins and faces like "old Chinese men," as Andy says.

    Una LaMarche: Project Runway Finale: Part One Recap

  • And not rich people fish in tanks with tiny treasure chests -- we're talking mean-looking catfish, in fresh water with long, razor-like fins and faces like "old Chinese men," as Andy says.

    Una LaMarche: Project Runway Finale: Part One Recap

  • Louis Vuitton's decision to hire Godfrey Gao was not only a testament to his razor-like cheekbones, but to the increasing clout of Chinese luxury consumers, more than half of whom are male.

    Chinese models stride the catwalk as the west eyes China's rich fashion market

  • Your cozy home has now been transformed into an obstacle course full of things that could fall over on you, or shatter into razor-like shards and slice you like corned beef.

    Quake Advice: Keep Calm and Buy a Lemur

  • A razor-like focus on transparency norms and associated practices, and in particular financial transparency norms, should have been highlighted by all -- whether from the private, public or civil society sectors.

    Where is the money? Financial transparency norms for a new reality

  • I don't know if it was the combo of over-dosing on antacids or the anguish in my belly, but I had a dream that a small creature had taken residence in my stomach and was trying to escape, using its small razor-like claws to scratch its way out of my abdomen, flaying my skin with its talons and burrowing its way out into the world.

    Underneath

  • No they good-naturedly pause, to think, to ponder its barbed and razor-like essence, and a certainly a few wish that it would just go away, but a majority I would say are genuinely glad to encounter its steadfast existence.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Rise of the Filibuster

  • Its characters are appealing, its writing razor-like.

    Mysterious Murders, Other Terrors

  • Earl Stanley Gardner's Perry Mason was wowing juries with his razor-like brain about 30 years before "To Kill a Mockingbird" was published.

    Atticus Finch: A Hero Who Lost The Battle

  • With her head wrapped in a similarly gargantuan black wig, Ms. Ross worked an image she has cultivated and locked onto with razor-like intensity for nearly 20 years not unlike Barbara Streisand or Dolly Parton.

    Archive 2008-07-01

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