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  • Arsenal's remarkable-looking £56m profit was hugely boosted by the club's £156m income from the Highbury apartment sales, and Arsenal moved into making a £6m loss in the six months from May to November last year.

    Record income but record losses for Premier League | David Conn

  • It was the top of the first at the minor-league park here one recent afternoon when the opposing team's first baseman hit a remarkable-looking line drive: Mid-flight, the ball seemed to shift into hyper drive, rocketing over the centerfield fence 410 feet away.

    For This California Team, Hitting It Out of the Park is a Breeze

  • He was a remarkable-looking man, tall, handsome, with a square black beard, and pale, distinguished features.

    The Seriously Deranged Writer and the Model Cars

  • He was a remarkable-looking fellow, tall and gangly, with a perpetual frown like a bloodhound on a bad morning, and a cranium that was completely shaven and seemingly polished, with a profusion of lumps and bumps around it that suggested powerful internal forces were attempting to break through.

    The Edge of Madness

  • Captain Leitch is a remarkable-looking man, very like the portraits of the Count of Monte Christo.

    The Englishwoman in America

  • Again there was a barking, but louder than that which had been directed against myself, for here were two intruders; both of them were remarkable-looking men, but to the foremost of them the most particular notice may well be accorded: he was a man somewhat under thirty, and nearly six feet in height.


  • They were both remarkable-looking men, and such as if once seen would be retained in the memory of the beholder.

    Robbery Under Arms

  • She is middling in height and size, not remarkable-looking but not forgotten by the observant.

    Hound in the Left-hand Corner, The

  • Then, I turned my head to the Signor Dellombra, and saw that he was dressed in black, and had a reserved and secret air, and was a dark, remarkable-looking man, with black hair and a grey moustache.

    To Be Read At Dusk, by Charles Dickens

  • I have seldom seen a more remarkable-looking person.

    The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez.


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