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It was pleasing to see his open and ingenuous countenance, well mustachioed and corked, looking out from an open shirt collar; and to contemplate the sugar-loaf hat, decorated with ribbons of all colours, which he was compelled to carry on his knee, inasmuch as no known conveyance with a top to it, would admit of any man's carrying it between his head and the roof.
The legendary mustachioed video game character will now assist you on your routes, Google announced in a blog post.
2, 1917, Arthur James Balfour, Britain's mustachioed foreign secretary, signed his name at the bottom of a short typed letter to a shy banker-turned-zoologist by the name of Lionel Walter Rothschild.
All jurors watch a decades-old video about their duties narrated by a mustachioed Lester Holt, once a local news reader and now anchor of NBC Nightly News.
They feature a large photograph of the mustachioed general.
So when a handsome mustachioed stranger appears in the pub and only has eyes for Agnes, it's time for her to contemplate getting back in the dating game, (and yes, that is Cold Feet's Robert Bathurst, with a truly appalling Irish accent).
Think mustachioed accordion players, hot-air balloons and Tesla coils.
SING IT KITTY WE are just loving phone company Three's ad with its singing mustachioed cat.
The clever boy - dubbed Hercule after the mustachioed Belgian detective - solved the riddle of who knifed his mistress and her dog to death in a robbery.
Stocky and mustachioed, Idriss hails from the central province of Homs and has at times shown a penchant for fiery rhetoric.
Prior to Campins, one has to go all the way back to the 1930s to find a similarly mustachioed boss in Caracas -- Eleazar LA[sup.
THERE were few more satisfying sights this week than a mustachioed Leon Osman looking every inch the seasoned international on his England debut.