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It is a source of irritation to his employer, Middleham supremo Mark Johnston, that Fairley hasn't caught the public eye to the same degree as the waiflike Buick and the confident Jones, and he is pleased that his protege is now beginning to attract the recognition his talents deserve.
It boasts skinny jeans, skimpy hotpants and itsybitsy dresses in all sizes - but do you need a waiflike supermodel figure to look good in them?
In ``Serenity,'' mysterious waiflike telepath River (Summer Glau) is revealed to be a killing machine.
Another depicts a waiflike creature, hair cascading over her bare breasts, clutching a brew with both hands.
But far more crucial, perhaps, given the current obsession with Geri and Kylie's tiny waiflike frames, is the attention to lifestyle issues, including drug abuse, eating disorders and working out.
I'm very honored to play a part where Renee and I do not have to pare ourselves down to being waiflike figures, you know.
Frail-looking, with a waiflike, vulnerable face, Calista's career has been mainly on the stage until now, although she did play Robin Williams's future daughter-in-law in Birdcage.
Dressed in a black sweat suit, she looks fragile and waiflike, yet with an air of seriousness about her.
Now widely ridiculed and known by the cruel nicknames like Amy Winebox, she has shrunk down to a waiflike shadow of her former self and struggled with addictions to drink and drugs.
It boasts skinny jeans, skimpy hotpants and itsy-bitsy dresses in all sizes - but do you need a waiflike supermodel figure to look any good in them?
But Amelie, who is played by the waiflike yet surprisingly steely Sylvie Testud, is in for a rude reality check.