And anyway, his presence seemed to mommick up electricity. I was stuck behind a removal van for far too long the other day, adding literally seconds to my journey. Dutton I was too lazy to start a whole new story, so I just stuck a princess into the story I was working on. The car got stuck in the mud. Why have they stuck stones in my kidneys, devaluated my tumulosity, retracted my hair? Too many cops are stuck in a game of jurisdictional roulette.
So we all stuck our feet into cow-pats, and after walking over the frost it was bosker and warm sure enough. Our elevator got stuck in the shaft between floors, so we had to wait for over 40 minutes for someone to get us out. They feed by probing, and leave bands of holes along a beach where they have stuck their beaks into the sand probing for food. The elevator got stuck between floors, and a couple of the passengers were frantic to get out. A red-faced couple were forced to drive to Hadleigh fire station after the handcuffs they had put on got stuck. On the way back we got a puncture, and we were stuck at the roadside for three hours until help arrived. I've had Guilds and Fenders, too, but I always wind up going back to Gibsons.
The Beatles stopped performing live, and stuck to the recording studio in the latter half of the 1960s. Whose fault was it anyways that truck three got stuck in the ravine? And being a computer-head, Norman has very thoughtfully stuck huge wodges of his library up on the web for all to see. High up on a wall, stuck to peeling paintwork, are photographs of eight drivers killed in service. I am having this recurring nightmare that I will be stuck in traffic for so long that I will die and my body decompose beyond recognition before anyone notices. Matchmaking is still stuck within the constraints of numerous archaic portrayals.
I rang the bell, and a geeky, middle-aged man in bifocals stuck his head around the door. That said, once we've stuck to it, we're allowed as much improvisation as anyone cares to indulge themselves in. I wrote the number of the license plate down, and stuck it in my back pocket. A few years later the rabbi was studying and came across some money stuck in his book. Art in Island, a museum in Manila, created by a group of Korean artists, features over a hundred unique three dimensional paintings that encourage people to pose in front of them. And to think how you had stuck that greengrocing job, when there were jobs like this to be had for the asking! In order to find out, he stuck 18 volunteers in a mock prison, arbitrarily making them either lags or screws. Show More Sentences I didn't know anybody used the stuff anymore, they may have stuck it back here years ago and just forgot about it, but it's what they call laughing gas.
Only first 15 results shown. As soloist, leader Alan Smale stuck the perfect sweet tone without verging on the trite. Don't panic, you are not alone. I'm not stuck in a time warp, because I can use as many of the old songs as I want to, just the favorites. For two years the album had been stuck in limbo, until someone introduced him into the right circles.
Show More Sentences I'm told they have radios tuned to police wavebands stuck out of sight under the dashboard. They stuck not to say that the king cared not to plume his nobility and people to feather himself. Sara, having no pockets, stuck the paper into the waist of her sweat pants. I had been stuck behind juggernauts on the A9, and was 45 minutes late. Rescue teams also managed to pull out all cars which were stuck in roads immersed in rain shower. My biggest nightmare is being stuck on a boat.
Try out different areas and not get stuck in 1978. I was eager to get there, but I got stuck behind one Sunday driver after another on that trip. He guessed one of the well-off people living in these houses must have took a shine to Cody and decided how he'd look good stuck up on they roof. Each of us is loving in some moments - hateful in others. While driving on the highway, we got stuck behind some idiot who was driving really slowly, but wouldn't get out of the passing lane. Show More Sentences I don't think he stuck around to smoke it cause I went out about 10 minutes later and he was gone.
The audience effectively gets stuck in the panic on the rock face, watching helplessly as Peter makes a life-altering decision that will taint relations with his sister. It looked like it was a well kempt city, but this bus stop stuck out like a sore thumb. You can also search my large collection of. For one, learners may become fossilized or stuck as it were with ungrammatical items. Every Catherinette has received, by the first post, a Valentine card, with midget mob-cap and the pretty, doleful ribbons stuck on. Diageo stuck to its guns for a while but climbed down after being overwhelmed by the strength of opposition.
It is assumed that the fruit was an apple and a piece of this fruit got stuck in Adam's throat, hence the name Adam's apple for the larynx. A piece of oatmeal stuck in the underhang of Roy's lip. They stuck together for years, and the names still roll off the tongue. I start with my feet and work my way up, Deep breath in and out and focus on the particular part of the body, feet, ankles, knees, hips, etc. I had been a hair dresser.
May sipped her morning coffee, watching it bob as he spoke. Focus on the muscle group, release it. Wind stuck his tongue out and blew a particularly loud raspberry in Dragons direction. And most of them are just as stuck inside their own point of view as everyone else. The cotton gin was a wooden drum stuck with hooks that pulled the cotton fibers through a mesh.