She is a sad-faced woman of about sixty, who was married at seventeen and has had twenty children, six girls and fourteen boys.
"This is not war," cried the sad-faced woman, pointing at the still form upon the cot.
Dillon indicated the sad-faced young woman, who had just returned from hanging up the Gentleman's coat.
A sad-faced black woman was dispensing coffee and hot dogs from a snack bar that seemed to have run out of all else.
The sad-faced young woman bowed in obeisance to the goddess of mercy.
She was a sad-faced woman with dull eyes and a sallow complexion.
They have stared into the eyes of pictures of those who have been slain - sad-faced young women 15 to 25 years of age - and slammed their fists in frustration.
"I have nothing back there" in Somalia, said Quamar Osman, 32, a sad-faced woman in formal pink satin robes, whose husband was killed in fighting there.
A sad-faced woman opened the door, and Farintosh himself, haggard and white, was seated among his ledgers in the little front room.
But then the Red Cross called her and brought a passport-sized photo of a sad-faced woman bearing a remarkable resemblance to Mrs. Moon.