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“So, in the end, this kid gets a juvenile record and gets locked up ... because him and a friend were horse-playing, and someone's parents got their panties in a twist.”
“The guys surrounded Steve during a conversation when he WASN'T paying attention, and they all rushed him, not to fight, but hard horse-playing like trying to slap him in his face and trip onto the ground to prove a point that Steve was less skilled than he said said.”
“Shay Astar, Michael Bellisario, Larry Manetti As a horse-playing, traveling brush salesman, Sam finds himself with two wives and two families.”
“We thrust ahead of the others and swarmed down the ladder ... heaping, swearing, horse-playing, the cattlemen filled the launch from stern to bow.”
“The girls said after the bus driver yelled at them for horse-playing with another student, he got up from the driver seat and hit Briana.”
“And I have seen them kind of horse-playing in the middle of the street before going to the lunch trucks that are parked in the church parking lot.”
“It wasn't unusual for the three to be seen horse-playing around in school - they were friends and played basketball after school.”
“Once the nation returns to full employment, the horse-playing population will grow.”
“The vehicular manslaughter trial of a 24-year-old Clinton Township man accused of killing three teens while horse-playing behind the wheel in April 2008 is set to begin this morning in Macomb County Circuit Court.”
“Nineteen-year-old Robert Pawlak of Downers Grove, Ill., was horse-playing with a friend on June 6 when he was pushed against the elevator doors on the seventh floor of an Ames apartment building.”
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