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  • n  a disdainful grimace

  • As she prances up to the mike, Rosemary drops her cough drop into her palm, makes a moue at the control room and opens her mouth.
  • Curling his lip over his mustache in a saucy moue, he may address himself to a golf ball and wham it squarely into the Cyclops eye of the camera.
  • She can sing effortlessly, make a mug or a moue with equal facility, throw away a line and reel it back in with the bestwhen she is given half a chance.

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