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  • He was sharp-featured and thin but ropy with muscle.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • Its founder, a sharp-featured, sharp-tongued IT strategist named Alexa O'Brien, insists that she's "a normal sort of nobody."

    Nathan Schneider: Who Will Occupy Wall Street on September 17?

  • But his shoulders squared, his sharp-featured face holding an ancient warrior arrogance.

    Earl of Durkness

  • She should have just said, ‘You all know me from 60 Minutes,’ Abby indicated a sharp-featured fifty-nine-year-old woman on stage whose hair had been sprayed to stock stillness.

    One Flight Up

  • Even though its quality was poor, I could recognize that sharp-featured face.

    The Season of Risks

  • Then, when Isolde still made no reply, he said, a flicker of irritation crossing his sharp-featured face, Well?

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • The rise and fall of her breathing scarcely lifted the blankets that covered her chest, and her pocked, sharp-featured face was for once relaxed, lines of spite and anger and tension smoothed as though by some unseen hand.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • Fidach paused, his smile thinning and turning faintly wintry on his narrow, sharp-featured face.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • Tom looked at Zach, who was standing with his arms folded, something like amusement in his sharp-featured face.


  • She missed his winter-gray eyes, and his sharp-featured face, and his dry intelligence.



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