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- v. get up on the back of
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The ornithopter gave a small hop on the third beat, and Tocasia saw Mishra start as well.
You hop on the treadmill, jump on the bike, or step on the elliptical trainer; then you turn on the TV or pop in the earphones of your iPod or flip through the trifecta of required reading People, Us Weekly, and In Touch, and off you go … to nowhere fast.
Marshal Bart will have to sail from Pierreville down to Georgetown, and then he'll hop on the glideway, too.
The invader's craft took a single, low hop on the beach, then a second, and then shot into the air like an arrow.
On his fifteenth FCLP hop on August 10, Armstrong was deemed “Field Qualified.”
I’m not trying to tell you that in order to truly love, you must hop on a plane to India tomorrow morning and dedicate yourself to working in Nirmal Hriday for the rest of your life.
Little Xue, padded from head to toe in the pink snowsuit, would hop on the bicycle for the long, cold ride to the indoor rink.