fresh-faced


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fresh-faced

Of or having an appearance of health, vitality, and/or youthfulness. After a good night's sleep, he woke up fresh-faced and feeling like a million bucks.
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This print ad was released in 1977 when I first broke into the scene as a fresh-faced 17-year-old Pond's girl.
The post Fresh-faced Germans made to sweat in 3-2 win over Australia appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
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On her way home, looking a bit partied out Our girl's bright-eyed and fresh-faced Nick tweets a pic with Sadie early on Uh, oh
Rumours stormed that it was her co-star husband Spencer Pratt, 28, who pushed Heidi into getting this much surgery (she looks like an entirely different person from the fresh-faced girl who started on The Hills back in 2006), but she's always insisted it was her choice.
In a closing-argument ad replete with dramatic music, quick cuts of fresh-faced Iowans and a couple of clear nods to religion, Gov.
She likes the fresh-faced, natural mummy, when I've got my hair in a bun and no make-up on," she added.
There in 1973 to ask Clough why he had left Derby was a fresh-faced Gary Newbon, then making a name for himself as a sports reporter based at the ATV studios in Birmingham.
WITH an eye to reviving New Labour's by now seriously flagging electoral fortunes and his own career prospects, fresh-faced David Miliband rushes to the Ukraine gushing tired old cliches, gleaned, adapted and modernised from the Cold War refrigerator, to lecture Russia for rendering its support to the breakaway provinces of Ossetia and Abkhazia on its own territorial borders.
It has been almost a decade since Cardiff-born Charlotte shot to fame as a fresh-faced teen with her debut album Voice of An Angel.
The thief is described as around 18 and fresh-faced, with short brown hair and a medium build.
Imagine the reaction at being asked to stop your car, for example, by a fresh-faced youth who is too young to have a driving licence.
And McSheffrey, signed from Coventry for pounds 4m a year ago, insists he will be better prepared for the battles ahead than as a fresh-faced teenager.
The blood-thickened mud in the streets of Sadr City marks this adventure's butcher's bill in newspaper photos almost every day, just as a new fresh-faced casualty reports for duty in desert fatigues or a high school headshot in the obituaries.
About 40 fresh-faced chorus members walked up the aisle and upstairs to stand on the left balcony.