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  • v. Present participle of pantomime.


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  • Virginia Davis (Alice) recalls pantomiming to invisible animals.

    Magical Mountain Disney News

  • Millions of dollars lost and a media firestorm over a minigame involving badly rendered people pantomiming sex acts hidden in a game full of brutal violence and inaccessible without an external mod.

    A Pricey Cup Of Joe

  • The thought of lumpy gravy got me to craving chicken fried steak so I spent 30 minutes pantomiming in the Jocotepec little Wal-Mart with the butcher and finally got two wonderful cuts of round for chicken fried steak.

    Good Places to Eat

  • “Then just put it back on the shelf where it belongs,” he huffed, and walked back to his buddies who were now pantomiming tennis volleys in silent braggadocio.

    GOLD • by Michael McDonnell

  • He snapped both fingers and said, 'You should have given me that $25,000,'" Jackson said, pantomiming a pose from the governor's idol, Elvis Presley."

    Emanuel, Jackson testify at Blagojevich retrial

  • "Hey, man, you an' me," said the teen softly, pantomiming boxing technique.


  • Most of the time I smiled and nodded as if I understood; it was easier than pantomiming our intentions to each other every morning and afternoon.


  • He put his his fist to his lips, pantomiming a trumpet.


  • Ovens simmer and cocoa powder streaks faces, but "D.C. Cupcakes" is marred by the cardinal sin of reality TV: Its subjects are all too aware of the conventions, pantomiming reality in the service of reality.

    TV Preview: What's new in 'D.C. Cupcakes'? Too little.

  • The victor just stared at the wrecked figure pantomiming slowly in the recognition of pain and loss.

    Excerpt from Pompeii ii


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