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Woods' mugshot showed how far the man who was once the bright-eyed new face of golf has fallen - sporting bleary eyes, a scraggly beard and thinning, disheveled hair.
In his directorial debut "Wind River," he pushes that further: The scraggly human side of this murder mystery is more potent than the underworld drive.
This is the story of a dog named Scraggly. Born an outsider because of her distinctive appearance, she spends most of her days in the sun-filled yard of her owner's house.
The protagonist is a puppy named Scraggly who captures the affection of her owner who is rearing dogs to be sold.
Scraggly, withered weeds stick limply out of battered dirty bottles.
The actor, gay Muslim Syed Masood in the soap, has chopped off his distinctive scraggly locks for his role as a dashing doctor.
In Florida, it's not called the "Scraggly Palm Trees League," but is in fact the "Grapefruit League.") The site comes right out and brags, "Spring Training: an Arizona economic force." If your money is headed west in the spring, you can plan your trip via some handy links, check out a stadium map, and maybe be surprised when you discover that it's 51 miles from Surprise to Mesa, and you're still in the Phoenix metro area.
Today, Qeeq is wasting away on a hospital bed, where images of the 33-year-old's emaciated body, bony chest, glassy eyes and scraggly beard went viral on social media networks.
The national tree of Oman, the scraggly Boswellia Sacra or Frankincense tree, looks a bit like an overgrown bonsai, and isn't the most beautiful plant specimen out there.
Don't mess around with scraggly rose 6 Is it OK to cut back shrub roses hard?
The 13,000-year-old, scraggly Palmer oak bush in the hills of Riverside, California, for instance, or the floppy-leaved, 2,000-year-old Welwitschia mirabilis in coastal Namibia, which looks like seaweed but is actually a primitive conifer.
All the birds tease old Crow for his scraggly feathers and harsh call, especially proud Cardinal.
When the 50-foot Norway spruce went up last month, it drew immediate comparisons to the scraggly sapling in "A Charlie Brown Christmas.'' Its giant bare spots and asymmetrical branches were no one's idea of Christmas tree perfection -- especially in Pennsylvania, one of the nation's largest producers.
The man is described as 40 to 50 years old, 5 feet 10 inches tall, with scraggly gray hair and a scraggly beard.
The black crow is old and scraggly feathered, with a harsh call, but he was not bothered by these details until other birds, especially a brilliant red young cardinal teased him and called him names, like "ugly old crow." Finally the crow squawked back at all the birds and began to spend nearly all of his time alone.