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As Tara of Helium looked down into the enclosure surrounding the nearest tower, her brows contracted momentarily in frowning surprise, and then her eyes went wide in an expression of incredulity tinged with horror, for what she saw was a score or two of human bodies--naked and headless.
LOSC has decided today to momentarily suspend Marcelo Bielsa from his coaching duties as part of a procedure initiated by the club," the club said in a statement on Twitter.
The aircraft skidded to the right momentarily after touch down but got back to the center line thereafter," Air India Express CEO Shyam Sundar was quoted as saying by TOI.
A match between tennis players Francis Tiafoe and Mitchell Krueger at the Sarasota Open in Florida, USA, was momentarily interrupted due to excessive sounds of what seemed to be a couple having sex.
So you may hear on board a plane: "We will be taking off momentarily.
Many car drivers that take selfies while driving take their eyes off the road momentarily and that has proved to be potentially dangerous on highways.
Summary: US presidential candidate Mitt Romney appears to momentarily forget Ed Miliband's name, after addressing him as "Mr Leader".
London, Sept 1 (ANI): Aussie model Miranda Kerr was momentarily blinded after she was accidentally sprayed in the face with perfume on the red carpet.
I have enjoyed your columns over the years and was momentarily saddened to think it might be your last.
BOXING: Amir Khan claims his dramatic stoppage of Willie Limond proves he has the warrior spirit after his march to a world title momentarily faltered at the O2 Arena.
The overspeed light does not momentarily blink when the battery switch is turned on.
The Garcia ruling has momentarily derailed the good-faith efforts that Bratton, the Police Commission and even the Police Protective League have made to sell a skeptical African-American community on the notion that the LAPD will discipline officers that use excessive force, and make full public disclosure of their actions.