pass round

See: circulate
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At first Pierre wished to take another seat so as not to trouble the lady, and also to pick up the glove himself and to pass round the doctors who were not even in his way; but all at once he felt that this would not do, and that tonight he was a person obliged to perform some sort of awful rite which everyone expected of him, and that he was therefore bound to accept their services.
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Last year he guested for Scunthorpe and had an amazing pass round Aaron Summers on the first and second bends.
Thompson's two superb individual tries looked set to give the Black and Whites victory at Salford, until Chase stepped forward with three assists, including the now viral flick pass round his back.
Kus was dominant again in the fourth with Kevin Doolan taking a superb pass round Sam Masters to tie the meeting again at 12-all.
But for people to treat her dying moments like some sort of snuff movie to pass round their mates at the pub is vile.
Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy's reference to the climate change summit in her interpretation of The 12 Days of Christmas "I have sworn never to pass round baby pictures.
He says: "I think when you were a kid, having a big tin of chocolates to pass round on Christmas Day was all part of the celebrations.
As the track bends, there are fine views away to our right across the dale and then we soon pass Round Crag (on the right) as we continue ahead to return to our starting point at the roadside layby.
Arrange a selection of bruschettas on alarge plate or pass round on separate plates.
In contrast, Burki's new video installation, To pass round the cakes, 1999, plays with traditional cinematic codes, reworking the familiar set piece around a dinner table, which one has seen in myriad films.