“*removes steak, stirs mushrooms and onion addds bit ov pepper an garlic, stirs*”
“The challenge of trying to clear his name stirs in Fox a new sense of initiative.”
“As usual, Palin stirs the dust, but never has a viable solution.”
“The word stirs up a mental picture for each one of us.”
“I guess that's in case the word stirs me into wondering what else the Times has written about nutrition.”
“LEMON: NAFTA, just mentioning the word stirs strong sentiments in Ohio.”
“Insistent, urging everything before it -- the toil of strenuous study, the fret of little trouble, and the dreams of dawning love -- the call stirs on.”
“If a word stirs your feelings in one way and those of some of your readers in another, you cannot use that word safely; in spite of the most careful definitions and disclaimers the emotional bias will creep in and twist the effect of your words in the minds of some of your audience.”
“The bare mention of her name stirs every fibre of my being with love and wonder.”
“How the name stirs the blood and rouses the imagination!”
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