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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of peek.


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  • Marvel sent out one of their famous word balloon-less sneak peeks from the upcoming Fall of the Hulks Alpha that arrives in December.

    Marvel Sneak Peek: Fall of the Hulks Alpha | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • I found the story a bit confusing with too many quick cuts trying to squeeze in peeks at all the various plot threads ….

    Review: Batman #693 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • Now and then a guitar melody or a wistful vocal phrase peeks out of the haze, and one track, "Trapped in a Burning House," rouses itself to something jagged and desperate.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Rather than me pointing out the truly obvious, let's focus on your crazy conspiracy theory --- what "peeks" behind the curtain lead you to doubt the veracity of his HLS success?

    Barack Obama, the law student, was not like you other law students.

  • While you can book hotels and restaurants anywhere in the USA and worldwide, CITYPEEK detailed "peeks" are focused in the areas from New York-NJ-Philadelphia, Baltimore, Virginia-DC.

    Media Newswire

  • But I suspect that Charlie took some extra "peeks"

    Island Packet: Home

  • Axis axis ceylonensis) stag peeks curiously out of the undergrowth and then poses for our cameras.


  • "peeks" into the Lodge she just refurbished on her ranch.

    The Sheila Variations

  • Laurence! '"muttered old Hannah, who could not resist frequent" peeks "through the slide as she set the table in a most decidedly promiscuous manner.

    Little Women

  • The good side to all of this unproductive time is that I am not teasing you today with the usual sneak peeks which is hopefully a nice change =]

    Melly & me


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