• The scrawny hand of crisis is now writing the next chapter and it is about Italy.

    FORBES: To Save The Euro Germany Must Print Money

  • Hard rice and salt water had made him scrawny and thin-haired by his 40s.

    ECONOMIST: Nguyen Chi Thien

  • That said, some Americans do believe that the scrawny US-EU arm needs more muscle.

    ECONOMIST: Charlemagne

  • My legs aren't nearly as scrawny as they used to be, and have muscles and definition now.

    NPR: Chapter 1

  • From afar the creatures appear gawky and unsettling, with their long, scrawny legs, puffball bodies and impossible necks.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • It's scary but beautiful--Martian-red dirt garnished with green scrub, chocolate-brown mountain ranges and a sky that makes Montana's look scrawny.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • It's scary but beautiful-Martian-red dirt garnished with green scrub, chocolate-brown mountain ranges and a sky that makes Montana's look scrawny.

    FORBES: Where the Outback Meets the Sea

  • Kazan was not handsome: he had a scrawny body, a long nose, and a craggy face that marked him as foreign.

    NEWYORKER: Method Man

  • At 71 he faced the canvas, scrawny, grey-naked, palette and brush in hand, with just a pair of unlaced hobnail boots on his feet.

    ECONOMIST: Lucian Freud, painter, died on July 20th, aged 88

  • It has a bright red stalk, a scrawny yellow leaf and is sweeter than the greener outdoor variety of which many Britons have bitter school-dinner memories.

    ECONOMIST: Rhubarb, newbarb

  • Whitaker's house is nice, but the rest of the Peachtree Hills subdivision looks older than its five years, with ragged lawns, boarded-up windows and scrawny playground equipment.

    NPR: An Achilles' Heel In Charlotte's Housing Market

  • So when battalions are preparing for war, they often regroup soldiers from their four scrawny companies into three, and then bolt on a fourth from another unit.

    ECONOMIST: Britain's armed forces

  • Nadal is a self-proclaimed underdog who so loved the 1993 movie Rudy, about a scrawny kid's dogged determination to play football for Notre Dame, that he has given out 300 copies of it.

    FORBES: "Who Is This Guy"

  • Stepping on a chair that wobbled under him, he would knot a noose round his scrawny neck, test it, yank it, gyrate his neck like a pigeon and step out into the void.

    ECONOMIST: Bip

  • The fact that MTV would put a scrawny, flopsweat-soaked, 21-year-old college-radio music director on its airwaves for an hour and a half (not to mention the fact that it would employ Kennedy for years) might have been cause to question the network's judgment.

    NPR: MTV, Kennedy and Me: Let's Begin to Heal

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