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Instead, Mayor Todd Gloria took over in December, and his first 100 days passed without a peep about the project.
Nadal didn’t utter a peep but took his seat, changed his shirt and sent a clutch of rackets off the court for restringing.
Marijuana advanced toward final passage with not even a peep from Republicans, a small number of whom might wind up supporting it.
Currant-studded Chelsea buns sparkle under a sugary crust, and mincemeat filling peeps from the slashed tops of Eccles cakes.
Then again, the younger crowd might prefer older peeps don’t download the app anyway.
No notice being taken of the taps, the unseen visitor, after a short lapse, ventured to open the door and peep in.
No doubt, even in these choking circumstances, childish feeling may now and again peep out.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
Yuh want t' keep your eye glued t' that peep-glass in the mornin', and not overlook no motions.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Every hundred yards or so I had a close peep at the ground in front through de Lisle's periscope.
"I was watching you through my little peep-hole—as you saw," he began, with a pleasant smile, advancing to shake hands.

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