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And he has a horse, Mr. Mazzini has, a fat old plug that peeks around his blinders as humorously as his master.
Betty peeks cautiously out, but hearing footsteps quickly withdraws.
CONTEMPORARY ONE-ACT PLAYSSIR JAMES M. BARRIE
"I have a message from Detroit informing me that my father is very sick," added Peeks, opening the despatch.
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I told my father that Peeks had been obliged to leave, and that I must look up a steward at once.
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Peeks and Sands slept in the cabin; and if the stewardess was wanted in the night, she could be called.
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His distant hill peeks from behind his nearer one, being partially covered by it.
PSYCHOLOGYROBERT S. WOODWORTH
If a man tells him it's a nice day, he goes to the window and peeks out before takin' a walk without his umbrella.
It is about six o'clock in the evening, when he peeks through the periscope.
WALKING SHADOWSALFRED NOYES
Then he turns it round and round again, and at last lifts it above his head and peeks into it.
WILD WALESGEORGE BORROW
Several peeks were needed, with artful attention to algebra between whiles, before she was at last convinced that she had it.
QUEEDHENRY SYDNOR HARRISON

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