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  • With his ski-slope nose, sleepy eyes and elongated face, Welsh actor Rhys Ifans brings to mind David Warner, one of the signal British actors of the 1960s and 1970s who went on to play a string of villain roles, including in Titanic and the Dr. Who series.

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  • But conservatives blame him for starting us down a ski-slope toward $15 trillion in debt.

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  • The morning air was bracing and damp as he marched down the ski-slope of Pacific Heights with the cashmere coat the missus gave him for Christmas buttoned up to his throat.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  •  Then the spray-tanned calves and thighs will swirl into existence, followed by the perky rump, the 29-inch waist, C-cup breasts, long arching neck, the plump lips, ski-slope nose, blue eyes, and finally, the long sable hair pulled into a sleek ponytail that points to the small of her back.

    The Other Shoe

  • She had the flawless features of a soap-opera, old-money American aristocrat, only it was obvious from her flat chest that her ski-slope nose was passed down through generations of genetic perfection and was not the result of intervention by a skilled surgeon.

    One Flight Up

  • Michael Jantzen's design for a ski-slope eco hotel – Inhabitat about mission submit a story shop advertise with us support us press contact sign up

    Michael Jantzen’s Towering Eco-Hotel Sports a Ski Slope! Michael Jantzen's design for a ski-slope eco hotel – Inhabitat

  • In the midst of my tirade, I blurted out, I just dont feel sexy with my ski-slope, sucked-out boobs!

    Rinnavation

  • “Instead of a ski-slope nose, you have, like, a little bunny slope.”

    The Summer I Turned Pretty

  • Otamangakau, the anglers bowl where fledgling streams enticed here mingle: moaning through the pumice tunnels roiling in the concrete tumbrel, spend their youth in sluggish flow; alpine children named like music – naive, enchanting Whakapapa comes resounding from its ski-slope, snow-fed quarters, Mangatepopo, soda waters, adding basso tones in concert from the cratered face of

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  • No less striking is her ski-slope chin, defaced by a large mole.

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