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  • At a crossroads leading toward Tobruq, revolutionary graffiti showing a wild-haired cartoon of the Libyan leader was repainted overnight with the green banner of the regime.

    Libyans Scramble in Face of Onslaught

  • This is because Nowitzki, the Dallas Mavericks' wild-haired 7-footer from Würzburg, Germany, is perhaps the most peculiar superstar in the league.

    A Shot So Ugly You Can't Stop It

  • But she looked crazy: wild-eyed, wild-haired, coatless, hatless, and dragging a gray blanket behind her through the snow.

    Uprising

  • There are multiple reasons for this confidence—an improved defense implemented by head coach Tom Thibodeau; an edge-of-reckless aggressiveness personified by wild-haired center Joakim Noah; and a deep bench of reserves.

    Everything's Coming Up Roses in Chicago

  • "This song is in the key of metaphysical distress," says Ed Sanders, the band's wild-haired frontman, introducing "Nothing".

    Meltdown round-up – review

  • He saw Smudge, wild-haired and dirty-faced as always, sitting at a large oak table with scrolls spread out before him.

    End of Time

  • But even a wan, wild-haired Lena was sweet relief.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • The clowns were genuinely funny -- I was particularly fond of John Keating as a wild-haired and very Irish Pompey.

    Measure For Measure

  • Then there is his Giant opposite: Mr. Lincecum, the wild-haired San Francisco starter.

    If Only the Entire Sports World Were as Wacky

  • Three years ago, the wild-haired and bespectacled boy asked his mother to set up the organization and has since fed more than 7000 people.

    Pint-Sized Philanthropist Runs Charity To 'Feed Poor and Visit Elderly'

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