- v. Past participle of click
“Abruptly, the name clicked into place in her mind.”
“Then whatever doorway that had opened and let them in clicked shut, and they were gone.”
“Firefly – Joss Whedon gave us a well-written, witty space western with this series populated by an assortment of fully realized characters brought to life by a cast that clicked from the word go.”
“Portland clicked from the game's outset, racing to a 32-13 lead eight minutes into the first quarter.”
“I worked with Shane and we were good mates, and Mel and Shane just clicked from the word go.”
“Therefore the chance of text ads being clicked is more than that of an image ad.”
“But duplicating last season's magic will be difficult because that team clicked from the start of spring training.”
“He and Chris Webber (23 points, eight rebounds, four assists) again clicked as a combo.”
“The tone in which he pronounced the name clicked like a shutter in Keating's mind: it was a permission to be stored away for future use.”
“Al-Bakri's phone call clicked neatly into a pattern of events.”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
By T. Lewington, as performed by Enter the Haggis, on their CD "Soapbox Heroes."
I've had a life that's full
Everyone's been good to me
So fire up that fiddle, boy,
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