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As he lost four match points before winning his five-set quarterfinal, he “looked as if he would pull his frizzy, reddish hair out of both headband and scalp,” Barry Lorge wrote in The Washington Post.
The addition of sweet-spicy shredded mango at the table turns the frizzy appetizer, garnished with cashews, into something soft and extraordinary.
Their hair, which does not grow beyond a finger's length, is jet black and frizzy.
Their hair is black, rough, but less frizzy than that of the Mulattos.
And very straight she sat, with defiant, frizzy head and narrow lips, when she heard the front door open and close.
THE DEVOURERSANNIE VIVANTI CHARTRES
Her fair, soft hair was now fluffy, and stood up in an infinity of frizzy curls from the broad white forehead.
MOUNT ROYAL, VOLUME 3 OF 3MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
The pale-blue bow on the top of Mrs. Stubbs's fair frizzy hair quivered.
THE GARDEN PARTYKATHERINE MANSFIELD
His sister has dolls: a fine Egyptian lady and a frizzy-haired, black-faced Nubian girl.
The Brazilians have always had a tradition of a frizzy-haired race on the Madeira; and here they are.
THE SEA AND THE JUNGLEH. M. TOMLINSON
The underwool is of a very close frizzy nature, and nearly white, with long bluish grey mixed with some black top hair.

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