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Their physiognomies were such as inspire benevolence and command respect.

Generally their physiognomies are pleasing, but they cannot be said to have much character.

The talents of Bohemia were as diverse as the physiognomies of its citizens.

To judge by their physiognomies, they ruled by brute force and craft.

Things lose their individuality, and men their physiognomies.

Was this great politician stooping to act a part, or had he forgotten our physiognomies as completely as appeared?

Like living friends they too have their voice and physiognomies, and their company is prized as old acquaintances.

To describe them properly I shall give a sketch of their forms and physiognomies.

As for us, the department we selected was to study the physiognomies of the different parties.

Classicism altered their physiognomies and gave them, most illogically, the air of old marble statues.