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  • He slouched, trying not to look like the straw-haired juggler who'd stalled the mark while Benny the Dip snagged his fat money clip.

    Hijinks Ensue

  • The straw-haired young man's face exploded into a smile.

    Stalling

  • The straw-haired young man sprinted across the ledge to the row of shrubs and disappeared.

    Stalling

  • First, a straw-haired human with his head bowed down strode out of City Hall.

    Stalling

  • The straw-haired man flailed desperately at the dragon's swishing tail.

    Stalling

  • Set - tling himself on the centaur's lifelike, chocolate-brown - haired back, the straw-haired young man waited for the ride to fill up with dwarves so that it could begin.

    Stalling

  • We're now so duty-bound to be respectful of faith and religious expression and flickering faces of childlike devotion that we're expected to passively accept the sort of tacky, ludicrous spectacle that makes certain Americans look as backward and superstitious as the straw-haired peasants in old horror films who refused to make room in their communities for Frankenstein and the Wolf Man.

    Mommy, Why is Jesus winking at me?: James Wolcott

  • He hired Kenny to protect Rig while he paid a visit to the "straw-haired" girl.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • In lonely celebration he makes a date at the local brothel with a young “straw-haired” girl.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Cliff was a large straw-haired boy with a hard jaw and musclepacked body.

    The God Box

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