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It had decayed in the spring, disintegrating the girls more than they knew, and causing either to accost unfamiliar regions.
I had no idea how to accost him, and as to stealing any of his belongings, I couldn't have done it.
He did this often, and once, with a hasty movement, crossed to where some men were watching in the prison lodge, and had his foot upon the steps as though determined to accost them.
WHEN I see a man with curly hair, covered in mud, I'll know to accost him this weekend, as it'll probably be Sir Mick Jagger.
Muntazer al-Zaidi, 30, told a Baghdad trial he had videotaped himself practising the insult two years ago and had hoped to accost Bush in Jordan but this did not take place.
June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Attorney General Mike Cox announced today the arrest of Scott Michael Dykstra, 29, for using the Internet Attempting to Accost and Solicit a Minor for Immoral Purposes.
I pieced the events together afterwards: this man apparently strolled down the aisle still holding the Host in his hands, until a woman leapt out of her pew to accost him and command that he consume the Sacred Species without delay.
It's much harder for the ladies to accost me with a witness present.
Noel saw a thirty-three year-old door-keeper accost an eighteen-year-old apprentice (25 May 1782).
March 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Attorney General Mike Cox announced today the arrest of David Michael Braly, of Muskegon, for using the Internet to attempt to accost a minor.