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  • The barking little devil spent three-quarters of his show fuming and spitting at his guests in an obvious snit about where the day's news cycle was headed in spite of his anti-Clinton/Democratic dervishing.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • The boy, too, appeared to regard it as a game -- a darting, dervishing pageant that men and animals participated in together.

    Excerpt: Shelter From The Storm by Michael Mewshaw

  • A terrible wind rose up, dervishing around Wusamequin and Oneko like thirty demons.

    Spirited

  • She moved away slightly, dervishing gracefully atop ten centimeters of perfumed, tinted air.

    Flinx's Folly

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