- v. present participle of do over.
“But after it was all over, Rex came striding toward them, his expression grim, and began to dress without a glance at the surgeon and what he and Copley's second were doing over the body.”
“What are you doing over there with that gayzebub?’”
“I remember because at my level, we had to each prepare our documents justifying what we'd been doing over two years and collecting what meager data we had on the Mal Murrays or the people like”
“And what was she doing over at the deacon’s house, anyway?”
“A guy named Daryl Fox, who had worked for Giuliani, was supposed to be watching over the New York office, so I called him up and said, “What the fuck are you doing over there?””
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