stolid-looking love

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  • He was a solid-bodied, stolid-looking man, and his appearance did not suffer from being overprepossessing.

    A PIECE OF STEAK

  • He was a solid-bodied, stolid-looking man, and his appearance did not suffer from being overprepossessing.

    A PIECE OF STEAK

  • He is solid-bodied, stolid-looking, with "all the marks of the fighting beast .... the face of a man to be afraid of in a dark alley or lonely place."

    “Samuel! There was a rolling wonder in the sound. Ay, there was!”

  • The actual film versions are very dreary and stolid-looking; they really needed the Mamoulian touch.

    Rita Hayworth Dances With Anthony Quinn

  • The actual film versions are very dreary and stolid-looking; they really needed the Mamoulian touch.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • He was a stolid-looking guy and he came in with some people from Cambridge, Massachusetts, because Yerevan and Cambridge are sister cities.

    Barbara Bush

  • He was a stolid-looking guy and he came in with some people from Cambridge, Massachusetts, because Yerevan and Cambridge are sister cities.

    Barbara Bush

  • By then, everyone in the party had clustered around the caves—not only Kirk, Spock, Owens, and McCoy, but also Karras and a squarish, stolid-looking security officer named Autry.

    Legacy

  • With her came a stolid-looking man wearing a gray vest and slightly darker pants and shirt.

    Brothers Majere

  • With her came a stolid-looking man wearing a gray vest and slightly darker pants and shirt.

    Brothers Majere

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