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  • David Rencher strawberry-blond crew cut, freckles, notably stylish silver-rimmed glasses, standard-issue office attire told me that the on-site FHL staff could address over thirty languages and up to ninety in the broader LDS network.

    Shaking the Family Tree

  • The thin Frenchman closed his Palm Pilot and looked at David pensively through his silver-rimmed oval spectacles.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • Gulam Beg was a stout, white-whiskered old cove with silver-rimmed spectacles on the end of his nose, and when I announced that Ilderim Khan of Mogala was my sponsor he was all over me.

    Fiancée

  • It was a shiny poison green, with silver-rimmed wheels and bright flames painted on the seat.

    Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series

  • Setting our teacups on their silver-rimmed saucers, we studied the "cookers" with their thin, pipe-cleaner legs, soft felt kissers, and pliable bodies (loose bean bags that they were).

    cocotte - French Word-A-Day

  • Be warned the simulator uses that old silver-rimmed image of the Storm.

    Blackberry Storm Simulator and JDE 4.7 Beta now available on RIM’s website « Boy Genius Report

  • Those tiny silver-rimmed eyeglasses, upside down on the desk?

    Founding Fathers: John Adams Is In The House

  • He had a portfolio under his arm, and in the clear, early morning light his dingy grey hair and heavy, silver-rimmed spectacles made him look almost benevolent.

    The War in the Air

  • Setting our teacups on their silver-rimmed saucers, we studied the "cookers" with their thin, pipe-cleaner legs, soft felt kissers, and pliable bodies loose bean bags that they were.

    cocotte - French Word-A-Day

  • He wore silver-rimmed glasses and a blue lab coat labeled Dinh.

    Break No Bones

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