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I stood back out of the way, and the three were prodded into a row in front of the low table.
Though prodded, the beast moved slowly and with great effort, its legs sinking up to the knees in the sand.
I have had several narrow escapes from being prodded, but it is useless to yell at her, or even to use the whip on her.
Bayonets prodded, swords thrust, Tom Halstead wielded his club and Hank was busy with his weight.
He thrust a piece of bamboo into the hole and prodded the helpless captives below with a savage energy.
THE ARGUS PHEASANTJOHN CHARLES BEECHAM
He drew his breath as if in his sleep she had prodded some old wound, and the dent between his brows deepened.
The men in the boat climbed after him, and he was rolled and prodded until he was able to open his eyes and speak.
Two men in a boat prodded with a pole in the water's depths, without encountering the body of the unhappy young man.
THE FOURTH ESTATE, VOL. 2ARMANDO PALACIO VALDS
And Comyn and I waited, straining and expectant, like boys who have prodded a wild beast and stand ready for the spring.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
This attack was wholly unexpected, and therefore no means of defense had been prodded.

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