five-o'clock shadow


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five-o'clock shadow

n
beard growth visible late in the day on a man's shaven face
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The dreadlocks, sunglasses, and five-o'clock shadow enhance his forever-young persona.
But football's my first love and has been ever since my dad - Grandfather Christmas to you - took me to see FC Santa Claus play in the Finnish Kakkonen Northern Division, way back when my beard was just a snowy five-o'clock shadow.
You know, we feel like there's an inefficient component in the affordable art market," the young entrepreneur tells me as he strokes his five-o'clock shadow with a thoughtful air.
Often shown in a rumpled uniform and with a five-o'clock shadow on their jowls, these men appear as they fought their war.
He had such a heavy five-o'clock shadow that if he didn't shave during the opening titles of Reporting Scotland, he looked like Desperate Dan.
I'm bleached, but call me Nappyhead, And know that one week after I'm dead The roots still grow, shea cream And pomade gone, the bare Legs freckled with follicles, the shaved-clean Pussy's five-o'clock shadow, the Queen Bee, now not worth a hair.
Light from a camera crew shining into the heavily tinted front window of the Bentley revealed a man with sunglasses and a heavy five-o'clock shadow.
Yesterday, though, the normally amiable Ranieri was a pale imitation of his likeable self with his haggard appearance accentuated by a five-o'clock shadow.
The five-o'clock shadow, naturally styled hair, subtle tan, and piercing blue eyes are great.
At the age of 30, with a constant five-o'clock shadow compensating for his baby-face and thin silhouette, he is both an Israeli diplomat, representing the Jewish state, and a descendant of a Palestinian family who fled its home during the Arab-Israeli War of 1948.
A few screeches and scratches of the microphone later, Casspi, in loose gray basketball shorts and a five-o'clock shadow, starts speaking to the kids, sprawled on their backs and stomachs on the court.
Puffing away on cigarettes, with a five-o'clock shadow that starts at noon, his nervous energy seems at one with the camera's.