“The Quarantine Authority helicopter gunfire had ended at dawn and she closed her eyes to a stillborn morning, until the hollow clang of her name spooked her awake.”
“What has people like Barney Frank spooked is the fact that the voters of his very liberal state clearly voted in an election focused on HCR and voted “No.””
“The name spooked some, but in 1905, another little baby boy was born, and also named John.”
“Though no protests took place, the calls spooked the Chinese government into launching the clampdown.”
“Mon 10/26/09 5: 31 PM paranormal activity was the scariest movie i think came out so far it still has me kind of spooked”
“That prompted another surge of attention and -- according to a conservative who knows Ginni Thomas and is familiar with her work at Liberty Central -- it "spooked" at least one donor.”
“Already shell-shocked at their team's loss, they were vulnerable and "spooked" at the side of the road when Caps centre (and scorer of their only goal in that final game) Brooks Laich pulled up and proceeded to change the tyre.”
“Unaccustomed to the urban environment, horses can be "spooked" easily, by anything from another horse to a plastic shopping bag to a pedestrian, and cause accidents that inflict great damage on vehicles, drivers and most often, the horses themselves.”
“In e-mails to prosecutors, Birkenfeld's lawyer described him as "spooked" and "irked.”
“This happened in lower Alabama, I'll probably have some more "spooked" stories after this weekend, as I am going to scout my new hunt lease for the first time, ...”
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All the words which I encounter during my GRE studies. :)
Words having the letters in reverse alphabetically order. Only words of six or more letters are listed here. For alphabetical order see Alphaliterals. See uoiea and yuoiea for words and phrases wit...
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