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  • His tired, red-veined eyes narrowed and he ran his hand through his too-long hair.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • Lank, gray hair hung to his shoulders while spectacles perched on a red-veined nose, enlarging a pair of rheumy eyes.

    Earl of Durkness

  • His glassy red-veined eyes almost popped out of his head and he began to sweat and shake in alarm.

    CONSPIRATA

  • His wife said that his smoking had killed her red-veined maranta.

    The New Yorker Stories

  • He glared down his red-veined, flourdusted nose at the mayor seated to his right on the Bench of Authority.

    Stalling

  • He was thin, with a large, red-veined nose, watery eyes, and a querulous expression.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

  • The kale is so pretty and the red-veined chard is a favorite to see in gardens.

    Ornamental Edibles Or Pretty Tasty « Fairegarden

  • The themes are worked out in shades of pearl and ivory for the interiors and bursts of color outside-cherry and maple and red-veined burgundy.

    Vitro Nasu » 2006 » November

  • Why don't you take off your red-tinted spectacles, and adjust your myopic eyes to clear from their pot induced haze and their cabernet-sauvinon red-veined tunnel-vision, and read the freaking article immediately before your inane comment.

    A Templar's viewpoint

  • Those massive blocks of red-veined marble lining the hall — emulating in their surface-glitter the Escalier de

    The Hand of Ethelberta

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