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The last painting, for instance, shows the woman wearing Audrey Hepburn-esque sunglasses.
It began with a man in a suit waiting outside an art gallery's door, sunglasses on his face, and an earpiece in his ear.
Police in surgical masks and sunglasses greet people arriving on planes.
No, this was “theater” pronounced with sunglasses and insouciance.
It was a girl whose face was sharp and rodent-like, half-hidden by a giant pair of sunglasses.
We wore the silk scarf, sunglasses and rakish hat with a leather Jacket.
Rations for the night we would spend in the pass, our few remaining blankets, ropes, sunglasses.
No, he didn't have sunglasses on because it was so late in the evening, just about dark.
He had glasses, because he took them off and put them back on before he left, and they were not sunglasses.