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“I thought she was someone sitting on the curb tying her shoelace, but something in me ole scavenger brain made me do a double-take.”
“It needed a double-take around the dressing room at Goodison Park last Saturday for Tim Howard to appreciate how bare Everton's bones had become.”
“James Bond does a double-take when he sees the Goya work in supervillain Dr. No's lair.”
“I had to do a double-take at WHERE this event was taking place: Copenhagen?”
“The idea of double-take is further explored in her sculptures of pizza boxes and plants covered by plastic bags, again seemingly the real thing, yet obviously hand made.”
“He did a double-take as a man in uniform, knife handle protruding from his back, brushed past him.”
“In comparison with the red-carpet, cosmetic advert, gossip-column figure she cuts now, the Jennifer Aniston in the Friends pilot episode has the vulnerability of a baby picture, and Sky Atlantic's rescreening of ER creates the same double-take with George Clooney.”
“Nonetheless, today's pic made me do a little bit of a double-take.”
“I did a quick double-take this afternoon when I glanced at the market closing reports.”
“It's obvious in both story (e.g., the fact that Annie and Danielle are both military brats) and film (during one early car chase scene, Annie drives under an overpass that looked so much like the entrance to Whitehurst Parkway I did a double-take).”
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