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    equine good looks

    Isn't the phrase "equine good looks" contradictory? Doesn't equine mean "horse-like"?


    "At first Mimi had chafed at the directive, but she changed her mind when she realized Bliss's equine good looks complemented and emphasized her own ethereal beauty."

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    Re: equine good looks

    There is a certain kind of face, rather long, which can be handsome. The British actor David Warner is a case in point: http://tinyurl.com/3zu9aa

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