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He began poking again, and caught me a painful blow on the shoulder.
Alec took her aboard the ship, and she had the satisfaction of poking her inquisitive little nose into every available corner, at the risk of being crushed, lost, or drowned.
They began poking the commissariat clerk and whispering something to him.
2) Insert two floral picks in bottom of each broccoflower stalk for easy in poking into floral foam.
A drunken businessman admitted poking his finger in a police officer's face when he appeared before magistrates.
Picture your pooch's head poking out from the top of this Gucci dog bag, $650-$720, which includes a removable interior cushion, a double-zip side opening, and a short leash attached to the interior.
Then, slip a cotton swab through the rubber band loop poking through the hole.
Paul Rudnick's remake has gone with humor, poking fun at the anti-feminist backlash that has so many men wishing they had married mom.
Don't be scared by the latter, it's poking fun at the Barneys that take that shit a little too seriously, including the guy who brought his own oxygen tank.
These untutored birds employed the twigs as competently as did two other crows that Kenward coached in twig poking.
Please do not start now poking sense-less fun at the cornerstones of contemporary architectural sense.
CHEEKY Rangers rubbed their treble celebrations in Celtic's face by producing a T-shirt poking fun at Celtic boss Martin O'Neill.