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  • We traveled under the kindly aegis of the Church of England, whose local bishop, a portly, pink, snowy-haired Englishman, entertained us for tea in his palace garden in Port Moresby.

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  • Mr. Weir had an amazing snowy-haired moment and Ms. Hughes ice-danced to "Both Sides Now" by Joni Mitchell.

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  • Michel Lafarge, the snowy-haired former mayor of Volnay, had closely observed more than 60 vintages in Volnay, including the similarly sizzling summer of 1959.

    The Childhood Chums Keeping Volnay a Delight

  • WikiLeaks is such a topical gift to cartoonists this time of year, it's as if the snowy-haired Julian Assange were Santa himself.

    PARODY OF THE DAY: The story behind 'How WikiLeaks Stole Christmas'

  • A stench of well-aged road-kill rocked her backwards just as she recognised the bloated, snowy-haired figure shambling towards her with hooked fingers pawing at the air.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » The Spill. (In Canberra, not the Gulf).

  • The snowy-haired Hyde is a respected champion of the pro-life cause, but he's also known as a political realist willing to cut a deal.

    The Fight Inside The Tent

  • But the real cynosure of the occasion last August was the smiling, snowy-haired man who is the bride at every wedding and the corpse at every funeral he attends, the 42nd president of the United States, Bill Clinton.

    The Comeback Id

  • When an academic-looking snowy-haired man in wire-rim glasses stood up and started to speak, Alfred was startled out of the deep place where he had come to rest, and was surprised to find himself at his own wedding.

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  • When an academic-looking snowy-haired man in wire-rim glasses stood up and started to speak, Alfred was startled out of the deep place where he had come to rest, and was surprised to find himself at his own wedding.

    Plain Language

  • When an academic-looking snowy-haired man in wire-rim glasses stood up and started to speak, Alfred was startled out of the deep place where he had come to rest, and was surprised to find himself at his own wedding.

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