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1 In the phase following Claudius' marriage, her features are made to more closely resemble those of her daughter.

2 John Berger describes the work as "a blizzard of white, grey, purplish paint ... a terrible blizzard of loss which will forever efface her features.

3 Her features are un-idealized and truthful to her appearance.

4 At some point in her infancy or childhood, she caught smallpox, but it did not mark her features.

5 Jamie Reid's now famous cover, showing Queen Elizabeth II with her features obscured by the song and band names in cutout letters, offended the sleeve's plate makers.

6 In the meantime, Carson's article-writing success continued—her features appeared in Sun Magazine, Nature, and Collier's. Carson attempted to leave the Bureau (by then transformed into the United States Fish and Wildlife Service) in 1945, but few jobs for naturalists were available, as most money for science was focused on technical fields in the wake of the Manhattan Project.

7 Mo gained further exposure during this time for her features on Ol' Dirty Bastard's cover of Billie Holiday's "Good Morning Heartache", Missy Elliott's record-breaking single "Hot Boyz", which spent 18 weeks at number one on the Hot Rap Singles from December 4, 1999 to March 25, 2000, and Ja Rule's single "Put It on Me", which was a hit on both urban and pop radio, and reached number eight on the US pop charts.

8 An adult Alia is described by Herbert in Dune Messiah: Her features lay exposed—blue-in-blue "spice eyes," her mother's oval face beneath a cap of bronze hair, small nose, mouth wide and generous.

9 The restoration process took eight years, during which many of her features and fittings were either restored or recreated.

10 He and Joe Pasternak filmed a successful screen test for Universal's newest singing star, Gloria Jean, but Koster would never direct one of her features;

11 In 1802, he exhibited his “Sleeping Endymion.” Queen Louisa of Prussia, surprising him one day in the act of modeling her features in wax, sent him to study at the Prussian Academy of Art.

12 alongside their other duties, they had responsibility for the design, construction and maintenance of buildings, wharves and other features across the Arsenal site.

13 From this meeting he said: "Her appearance, her features, her whole appearance testify that she is indeed Mother of God."

14 Grace lives in her features, and intelligence;

15 Although her mother insisted she was a daughter of the king, Barbara was probably fathered either by John Churchill, later Duke of Marlborough, a second cousin of her mother, or Lord Chesterfield, whom she is said to have resembled in her features.

16 Her features include rubbery hair used to let children make various hairdos and changeable hands, feet, shoes, etc.