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  • The goings-on of the Shreveport werewolf pack and Alcide (Joe Manganiello)?

  • Over a healthful meal of chicken and vegetables, the pair sat and gossiped about the latest goings-on.

    Death of a Hollywood Superagent | Lorenza Muñoz | October 18, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Yes, if I were no longer worried by your tongue, and if it changed your temper and your goings-on.

    Amphitryon | Moliere
  • If hotel servants know all about his goings-on evenings, what stories may they not tell if they choose?

    All He Knew | John Habberton
  • The white pig, disturbed and puzzled by the unwonted goings-on above his head, had refused to go to bed.

    The Backwoodsmen | Charles G. D. Roberts
  • I used to think maybe some day they'd transfer me down to Hooperstown—there's moving pictures and such goings-on down there.

    Seven Keys to Baldpate | Earl Derr Biggers
  • What I say is, you must give information to the police, and have these goings-on stopped.

    Grif | B. L. (Benjamin Leopold) Farjeon

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