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  • Anyone that has seen Clement star in Flight of the Conchords knows that his serious-faced hilarity should make this a film to watch for.

    Jemaine Clement Finds Himself in a PREDICAMENT – Collider.com

  • Many were serious-faced, and more than one looked darkly at the head of the company as he passed.

    CHAPTER 6

  • Now he's a 43 year old simpering, say-anything, serious-faced, inane warbler who looks certain to do so.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Gonzalez, now 16 with closely cropped black hair, is shown serious-faced with fellow youth delegates during last weekend's congress at a sprawling and drab convention center in western Havana.

    Elian Gonzalez Attends Cuba Youth Meeting (PHOTOS)

  • Around another corner, four serious-faced businessmen play poker.

    The City

  • I asked him if I might have a chance to explain myself a little better, and he invited me to step outside, where we were met by a tall, serious-faced young man with dark curly hair and glasses—this, I later learned, was Hugh Farrell.

    Interstate 69

  • With a cadre of serious-faced yes-man around him at a long conference table, Mr. Sakamoto was telling the handful of media about how his company must do a better job of working with content providers.

    Death of the Corporation - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The minister is here, surrounded by the usual throng of serious-faced officials, as is her erstwhile fellow blue-ribbon panelist Mike Savage, who will be leading the charge for the Liberals.

    Kady O'Malley

  • Then 9-year-old Laurant, a serious-faced redhead, pulled a gun-metal gray automatic pistol out from under his T shirt; it was only a toy, but it looked large and frighteningly real in his hand.

    The Children Who Love To Hate

  • “Mayonaka,” Akemi said, serious-faced, with a curl of smoke swirling around her pretty lips from when her breath mingled with the cold air.

    Midnight

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