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From AJR,   September 1994

Cliché corner   

By Suzan Revah
Suzan Revah is a former AJR associate editor.     



Looking weary and downcast , O.J. Simpson pleaded not guilty to murder charges. (Los Angeles Daily News)

Looking dazed and haggard , O.J. Simpson pleaded not guilty Monday. (Los Angeles Times)

Looking haggard and grim , O.J. Simpson was arraigned in Municipal Court. (New York Times)

Appearing haggard and drawn , football hero O.J. Simpson pleaded not guilty. (Houston Chronicle)

Looking dazed and forlorn and seemingly confused about even his own name, O.J. Simpson stood in court. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Looking exhausted and at times impatient , a subdued O.J. Simpson pleaded not guilty. (Washington Post)


From coverage on June 21.

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