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30pm, and then turning around and leaning against the carriage as she realised her friends were still on board.
He was seen leaning against the barrier for support.
The boy found the woman leaning against her refrigerator, weak and shaking, unable to stand without support.
Leaning against the rail, as everyone knows, is the normal thing to do when racing, and I did not pay pounds 54 to be told to get off it.
I have stopped people from leaning against it but I would like it to look greener and have more leaves.
In the photo above, I'm leaning against the world's oldest freestanding structure.
To make the enigma complete, a third, and slightly deformed figure--the artist herself--is leaning against the table.
Shokat Ali, who won the gold medal in the 1998 Asian Games, left the cue leaning against a wall at his home in Accrington while he went into his garage.
She keeps putting her arm around me and leaning against me.
The school consists of a rough piece of wood leaning against a doorway, marked up with chalk.
Near the end, when he is leaning against the table, Balanchine used to say, 'Think of Jesus Christ on the cross.
Make and session a Philly Bar leaning against a makeshift wallride in a ditch (OK to use somebody not on the team to hold the bar in place)