In the title poem he writes: 'My voice in the dusty evening of Lahore/ Echoes from the chipped roof/ Of grandfather's grave/ The map of my life is all wrinkled/ The dust cloaks my stubbled
face/ Sleeves upturned into a muddy pouch, my alphabets are singlehandedly sown in this city.
He's bald and stubbled
, dressed all in black, with an earring in his left ear, a necklace in the shape of an anchor and a baseball cap at a rakish angle.
In that picture, though, details like my hair and my colleagues' stubbled
faces were muddy, most likely due to motion blur.
For miles around, the earth is dun-colored and dry, stubbled
with yellow grass.
Row after row of green, and then dark-skinned men and women, soaked with sweat, grunting, pulling up their machetes and slashing the rows, backs hunched, behind them the jungle earth stubbled
with the bases of cane.
cheek, and pausing to sink his teeth into the thin scrim of
, THIRTY-SOMETHING MAN pushes toward the bar, simultaneously fumbling with his jacket and ordering a beer.
Looking hunkier and mature with a stubbled
face, British actor Joe Dempsie never seemed more like Gendry, the baseborn son of the stocky, hirsute monarch Robert Baratheon in the HBO drama series 'Game of Thrones.
People just have to get used to going from dapper Paul to stubbled
Bannon in his wrinkled cargo shorts.
Bony was a freak in that regard, able to hold off defenders akin to a stubbled
sixth-former toying with primary school kids on the playground, encouraging teammates to use him to ease pressure and then play off when they were able to move forward.
The screen glowed, plunging the surrounding mud and stubbled
field into black.
I am sorry, but I think I destroyed about three billion biscuits" Former Tory minister Michael Portillo, who worked as a biscuit packer for a TV show "I can get away with walking around with a cap and sunglasses and no-one recognises me" TV chef Rick Stein, who nevertheless admits that "being famous can be fun" "He looks ineffectual, the very epitome, stubbled
, vested and fully equipped with cycle clips, of the minor middle-class revolutionaries to be found in junior common rooms" Sir Bernard Ingham on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn "The vast majority of autobiographies are little more than selfies made script - people ceaselessly posing and preening" Writer Julie Burchill