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Shots were then fired into the cowering mass of bodies, the video showed.
Some God images leave us frightened and cowering in the corner.
The dog ran off and was seen cowering as Edward chased after it.
The collection comprises six large, beautiful and colourful cowering varieties, named on delivery.
The Francis Harold and the Holograms The Eagle Can't Fly with One Wing 7-inch on Going Underground Records will leave you shitting your pants and cowering in the corner (but in a good way, ya know?
The kidnapper is somehow removed from the plot, and then the agents find the child, cowering in a corner.
So, Matt got down on his hands and knees and crawled through the dirt and weeds up the hillside to Jack, who was cowering in the brush.
His owner, a woman in her 50s, was able to get out of the property, but the dog sat cowering in the corner of the kitchen in Addison Road, Billesley.
Police later caught Lessner a few houses away, cowering on a neighbor's balcony.
service time, cowering under my umbrella, I took my place on the ground in a gravel parking lot with a good view of a huge video screen.
A cowering press is also essential; a quivering mass of overpaid pontificators has been put in place by a 35-year-long assault on serious journalism that began in the 1970s with Vice President Spiro T.
But if co-workers are cowering away from you, do a self check If you find your odor out of the ordinary, keep soap, a washcloth, deodorant, as well as a toothbrush and paste, handy to handle it.