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  • The speaker, a strong-faced, grizzled man, heavy-set and of military bearing, pulled up his collar and rested his hand on the door-knob.


  • The man, I see, is one of the samurai, a dark, strong-faced man, a man I have never seen before, and she is wearing the robe that shows her a follower of the Lesser Rule.

    A Modern Utopia

  • It was so funny to hear my wife called ‘Madam Mina’ by this kindly, strong-faced old man.


  • It was so funny to hear my wife called "Madam Mina" by this kindly, strong-faced old man.

    The Deadlocked City

  • At the High Table, Kevin sat with the captain of the royal troop, a strong-faced, fierce-eyed man who explained:

    Castle Of Deception

  • Recovering herself, she whirled around to find the strong-faced young pastor looking down at her.

    At the Little Brown House

  • Mortimer, I forgot to say, wore glasses; and, if there is one time more than another when a man should not wear glasses, it is while a strong-faced, keen-eyed wanderer in the wilds is telling a beautiful girl the story of his adventures.

    The Clicking of Cuthbert

  • Lois 'fetish, and the thought of it and of the strong-faced man with whom she worked in spiritual partnership was a deep, inspiring consolation.

    The Native Born or, the Rajah's People

  • Up the road to the eastward that ran past the school, with the morning sun at his back, strode a young man, yellow, crisp-haired, strong-faced, with darkly knit brows.

    The Quest of the Silver Fleece A Novel

  • About nine o'clock a buggy drove up and Carter and Simpson came in -- Carter, a silent, strong-faced, brown laborer, who listened and looked, and Simpson, a worried nervous man, who sat still with difficulty and commenced many sentences but did not finish them.

    The Quest of the Silver Fleece A Novel


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