His haggard face was yellow.
Taran glanced at him, noticing how haggard the older man suddenly appeared.
Hilden suddenly appeared haggard, ancient, and worn.
As the man took her arm to help her stand, his haggard face appeared in yet another vision.
His figure was crooked, his limbs shrunken; his hair hung in dishevelled locks over his haggard countenance.
A lot of people think they hate country music, and if you're one of them, then Merle Haggard is just the kind of artist you need to hear.
A joke about being over-the-hill is not as funny if the person on the card looks happy and well-rested instead of haggard and exhausted.
Regular trims (every 8-12 weeks) are still necessary for all areas, since damaged hair grows unevenly, creating a more haggard style.
Haggard was actually inspired to write this good ole boy anthem because of a stay in San Quentin Prison, where he spent three years on an attempted robbery charge.
Haggard, along with artists like Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Sr, Willie Nelson, and Patsy Cline really transcend genres - they just plain make good music that just so happens to be called country.
haggard look to them, far thinner than they should be.
Mansr appeared more haggard every time they met.
haggard man sitting opposite me is an Iraqi Kurd, a poet.
Haggard disapproved of the Vietnam War protesters he encountered because, as he said, he "knew what losing freedom really meant."
His uncle looked deflated and even more haggard.
falconers used to prize such birds, haggard and hag are definitely derogatory when applied to humans.
They looked haggard, their chests sunken, black rings under their eyes.
She is still too pale, but does not look so haggard as she did this morning.
Though not in all respects of his highest order of execution, this counts among the most obviously beautiful and attractive of Mantegna's works - from which the qualities of beauty and attraction are often Ã‚°excluded, in the stringent pursuit of those other excellences more germane to his severe genius, tense energy passing into haggard passion.
Rider Haggard, Cetywayo and his White Neighbours (1882); W.
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haggard woman hobbled on, and the doors closed.
I was sporting psychotic hair, a haggard face and facing a puddle of wee on the kitchen floor.
Rider Haggard, Cetywayo and his White Neighbours (1882); B.
Nixon requested Merle Haggard's Okie from Muskogee and Guy Drake's Welfare Cadillac, and Cash replaced these with two more politically liberal songs.
Her fate was uncertain, but his was sealed. She saw it on his face every time he looked at her. Where he'd once looked almost noble with his chiseled features and air of command, he now looked haggard. When she gave herself too much time to think, she began to understand the depth of the despair he must've been feeling. After all, her own soul â€“ and that of her daughter's â€“ was just as likely to be lost if she didn't escape.
haggard frame was enveloped in a huge blue flushing coat frosted like a plum-cake with ice and snow.
So if you are not giving your body all the nutrients it needs, your face will become haggard looking.
Her hands were raw and bleeding from moving the blocks of stone, her face haggard.
A clever writer in a contemporary reproaches her as only personifying the " haggard queen.
- This has, perhaps, been the favourite theory in recent years, and it has been widely popularized by the sensational works of Theodore Bent and others, to say nothing of one of Rider Haggard's novels.
Performer Merle Haggard once set a record by buying a round of drinks for all the patrons in the club.
If You've Got the Money (I've Got the Time) by Merle Haggard.
The good news about this track is you don't even have to have the money, Mr. Haggard still has the time.
The last sound to reach his ears as he dropped off to sleep was the hum of the vacuum cleaner competing with the twang of Merle Haggard on the disc player.
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