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  • On the black-and-white screen, a somber-faced Walter Cronkite was reading from a news bulletin.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon called Clint Hill up to the podium as Gwen stood next to the somber-faced Jackie Kennedy.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • While Cee Cee stood off to one side with her gloomy partner, Tina and a somber-faced Oscar greeted visitors and friends.

    Captured by Moonlight

  • While Cee Cee stood off to one side with her gloomy partner, Tina and a somber-faced Oscar greeted visitors and friends.

    Captured by Moonlight

  • While Cee Cee stood off to one side with her gloomy partner, Tina and a somber-faced Oscar greeted visitors and friends.

    Captured by Moonlight

  • Pennsylvania Avenue had been blocked off and was empty of traffic, but on either side, as far as the eye could see, were people standing in the cold, somber-faced or weeping.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • Theyve been deliberating for about twelve hours now, Emily thought as she watched the somber-faced jury file out.

    Just Take My Heart

  • During a commercial break in "60 Minutes" last Sunday, a somber-faced man in a suit, identified on screen as "Robert Fitzgerald, Tobacco Industry Chairman," delivered a startling public-service announcement.

    All Cigarettes To Be Recalled! (Just Kidding)

  • Owl, somber-faced and steady-eyed as she listened, promised that his instructions would be carried out.

    Armageddon's Children

  • AT 9: 00 P.M. the following night, the somber-faced clerk for Suffolk County Supreme Court judge Richard Rothstein waves me, Kate, and District Attorney Dominic Ioli into his well-appointed chambers, where we take our seats at a long mahogany table.

    Beach Road

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