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We’d all like to be the one that dazzles onlookers by nailing everything on the first try—but you never know who might be even more impressed by a determined second shot.
Other onlookers, including me, say if parents want schools that demanding, they should be allowed to have them.
The driver staggers on through the street, grabbing onlookers, all of whom die in moments.
That led reporters and interested onlookers to assume results were final.
The Atlantic’s proposition may be at odds with this trend, but industry onlookers applaud it for taking a longer-term view.
He looked into the eyes of great Osiris,… and that part of him that ever watched—the great Onlooker—smiled.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
Tchernitchev delayed his departure, remaining merely as an onlooker, to give the Prussians the support of his presence.
But the performance that stopped every heart and made every onlooker hold his breath was the parachute jumps.
THE FLYING REPORTERLEWIS E. (LEWIS EDWIN) THEISS
By nightfall the place was the scene of great activity, and to an onlooker produced a singular effect.
It is usually the onlooker who sees that, just as a critic sees more in a picture than the painter ever put there.
THE ISLE OF UNRESTHENRY SETON MERRIMAN

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