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Another shouts, to no one in particular, “This is our house.”
Wide receivers, those detached football players who start plays a good shout from the ball and then exert like mad to touch it now and then, finally got themselves another Heisman Trophy on Tuesday night after a 29-year wait.
About how their shouts caused a crowd to form, and before he knew it, he was surrounded by people.
As a woman on a bullhorn led shouts of “Justice for Karon,” two men slung a brick and debris at the vehicle, smashing the rear window.
One of the more tempting product ideas has been the development of the omnipresent always-on video workspace where managers can always see their directs onscreen and team members are only a shout away from getting someone else’s attention.
She did shout for joy, as with a sweeping stroke or two she lifted her body to the surface of the water.
A great shout—partly, no doubt, of disappointment—was given when the lions escaped.
HUNTING THE LIONSR.M. BALLANTYNE
Pearson was loading his gun as fast as possible, when he heard a loud shout, and cries of “Look out!”
HUNTING THE LIONSR.M. BALLANTYNE
They did not shout as they took their gifts; but still the murmur ran from mouth to mouth: "Bella Madonna, bella Madonna."
At long last one of the keepers at the entrance to the small cages begins to shout very loudly.

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