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  • The priest from Nijmegen was accompanied by a small group of others, a Dutch doctor, an American in a spotless white suit, a friendly-looking new age woman and a rich-looking lady.

    Hunter

  • Rich or rich-looking Mexicans hear a higher price too.

    Prices almost never listed

  • The cast is superior, the direction and choreography excitingly immediate, and Michael Schweikardt's compact yet rich-looking sets deserve a prize for sheer ingenuity.

    Small Boat, Big Show

  • Stir in creamed coconut until smooth and rich-looking.

    Wired, In More Ways Than One!

  • Highs: HD resolution was good, though a notch below the best flat panels, with rich-looking colors ..

    Rear-projection TV test results

  • Known for his fur coats for 25 years, he launched his second ready-to-wear collection with rich-looking skirts and dresses shown under extraordinary furs, in an attempt "to be more international, more year-round," he said.

    Power Office Attire on the Runways

  • The strange man was not over and above well dressed, and was very far from being fat or rich-looking in any sense of the word, yet he spoke with

    Master Humphrey's Clock

  • Then I felt around the rich-looking interior with the elegant stitching, stepped out and looked at the spectacular chiseled body work.

    The stalk that broke the Cadillac CTS' back

  • It was so rich-looking to sit and drive — and so easy.

    Main Street

  • Church Street was a carnival of stands: flowers -- rainbows of fragrant petals and fronds; baked goods -- fresh smelling loaves and rich-looking pastries; spices and herbs -- heady aromas and exotic airs, both culinary and medicinal; music -- pellets full of resonance and rhythm, both faddish and timeless.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

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