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Standing six-foot-four with a chest like a middle linebacker, Harms was a boisterous giant sleeved in tattoos.
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There was also something about his daughter’s brash young man with his loud, boisterous laugh and his blunt, seagoing manners that irritated the gentle King.
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Once boisterous, the city’s media industry has come under intense political pressure in recent years, exacerbated by the Beijing-imposed national security law that directs authorities to “strengthen” supervision and regulation of the media.
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They were subtle suggestions rather than boisterous commands.
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Just because I’m quiet, just because I’m not the most braggadocios or boisterous guy out there, they kind of overlook me.
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The air is oppressive with tobacco smoke; the boisterous talk of the men playing cards near by annoys me.
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Two boats, abundantly furnished with torches and provided with boisterous music, preceded these two fiery masses.
A WOMAN'S JOURNEY ROUND THE WORLDIDA PFEIFFER
After dinner, in spite of the fact that the weather remained boisterous, he again went on deck.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
The sky became overclouded, and the gentle breeze which had blown in the morning strengthened into a strong, boisterous wind.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
We are in the midst of a dark boisterous sea; over us, a dense, grey, cold sky.
JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO BRAZILMARIA GRAHAM

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