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  • She matches her tune to theschook, schook, schookof the fork against the bowl, then does a quick side step when the baby lunges for her legs.

    Medusa Song

  • But she won't, she won't, and she can hear theschook, schook, schookof blood in her head, looking for oxygen.

    Medusa Song

  • John Junior is sitting in the floorboard playing with his toes and the wipers are keeping time in the dark, schook, schook, schook, marking off the seconds till it's done.

    Medusa Song

  • But she won't, she won't, and she can hear the schook, schook, schook of blood in her head, looking for oxygen.

    Medusa Song

  • Schook, schook, schook, the crumbs fly all over the sink, sticking to the sides.

    Medusa Song

  • She matches her tune to the schook, schook, schook of the fork against the bowl, then does a quick side step when the baby lunges for her legs.

    Medusa Song

  • Got started with the Mormons in high schook and was baptized LDS at age 16, again through a friend.

    Slowly Gaining an Edge | Mind on Fire

  • AUTREY: Five cars went, schook, schook -- then I've got this guy, -- he's steady, you know, I got him locked down.

    CNN Transcript Jan 5, 2007

  • When I took my first job out of law schook I thought, gee, if I don’t quit and they don’t fire me, I’ll be doing this for the rest of my life.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Anonymous Law Graduate” Seeking Career Advice:

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