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  • prep. Used on television or radio to indicate a change to another reporter or commentator.


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  • If we hand this over to the police and even one of them shares Lutz's loyalties, then Faulkner will be alerted and he'll be gone forever.

    The Killing Kind

  • Ecstatic and wanting to celebrate, he took a cab straight over to a backroom blackjack game on Thirty-sixth Street.

    One of a Kind

  • Around that time, Vena left the University at Buffalo and turned the project over to Carlos Crespo, an associate professor in the Department of Social and Preventive Medicine at the university, who had worked in minority health epidemiology both at the National Institutes of Health and at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • When Stuey was tapped out, Warchaizer carried his tab over to the next visit—or the next.

    One of a Kind

  • I combed both new and vintage stores across the Los Angeles area, from Melrose to Venice, the Beverly Center to Westwood, and on over to Santa Monica Place.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • The Yellow shooed several limping Nasat toward a mother-tree passageway before meandering over to where Pattie and Zoë had set up a makeshift triage station.


  • I wrote up the warrant last night and faxed it over to Judge Shapiro.

    Good Girl Gone Bad

  • Robert Croft struck twice to remove Peter Trego (11) and Kartik (11) before Pollard struck Simon Jones for three fours in an over to take the pressure off the Somerset chase.

    Glamorgan 98; Somerset 99-5 | Friends Life t20 match report

  • Before she could respond, Candi bebopped over to them, chomping her ever-present gum.

    Good Girl Gone Bad

  • When Stuey entered the room, Mingh recognized him and went over to shake hands with him.

    One of a Kind


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