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to travel about selling goods

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And, later on, Leo notices Marian pensive: "her face had the hooded, hawklike look it sometimes wore" (80).
Then the Sky Scourge permitted another of his rare smiles to be visible as his hawklike vision spied a field with a well-lighted runway dead ahead.
For a second he leaned back in the chair, the hawklike dark eyes staring into the middle distance - a look that had been seen on thousands of posters in Iraq.
Tall and "heron proud," Step wears velvet turbans wrapped around her head and a fierce expression on her hawklike face.
HOLLYWOOD Exec recruiters, who watch Hollywood comings and goings with hawklike intensity, have noticed a recent bump in entertainment-biz hiring in top slots after many months of stagnation.
He had a bristly brown beard and a long hawklike nose.
Is the corporate governance of these firms more hawklike than that of other firms?
And he's still handsome, regal even, with his hawklike face and silvery hair.
the clear-cut features, hawklike high-bridged nose, eyes like polished coal under the protecting lintel of eyebrows straight as the firm, thin-lipped mouth, [narrator's evaluation] could only be chiseled by generations of noble forebears.
A girl offers her roses, with a look of trust one hopes is justified, to a bronzed soldier, who has a hawklike glint of approval in his gleaming eyes as he presses her leg.
The fledgling does not possess the characteristic cuckoo call, but rather has developed vocalization that is hawklike.