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  • Jorge could hear the hollow steps of the animals on the wood, the shoosh of their feet pushing straw over it.

    Christmas Magic

  • If you can't follow that analogy in terms of the Stimulus plan, then shoosh yourself. lila

    Poll: Lowering deficit more important than boosting economy

  • She heard him approach and sensed the shoosh of a fire extinguisher and then saw him through a cloud of smoke, the rescuer who would bring her out and ease her fear that she would never get to see her grandchildren.

    Into the Story

  • I heard the shoosh, shoosh of his Power Ranger slippers skimming along the marble checkerboard floor of the front hall as he raced to answer the bell.

    As Husbands Go

  • Reminds me of a time where I was at my local Bennagan's and ordered a steak shoosh, their steaks like all their food was good :P I miss that place.

    How To Send Back Restaurant Food | Lifehacker Australia

  • Despite the instruction to shoosh, the demons thus provide an escape hatch for the disciples; these demons explicitly anticipate the apostolic kerygma and inject it into the narrative of J' life.


  • For a start thanks to our visit to a wiggly of babies she now says shoosh and points to her shoes, or as shes taking them off!

    Snell-Pym » The Mischevious Adventures of Jean

  • I love the part where Lucia is skiing up the mountain in the darkness with just the sound of her skis repeating again and again: Shoosh, shoosh.

    Kids Lit » Blog Archive » Lucia and the Light

  • Last night, I was afraid the kids would come out and shoosh me and David because we were laughing so hard at this price is right clip.

    Dru Blood - I believe in the inherent goodness of all beings: Happy when it rains.

  • Think of the wonderful sounds which must have emanated from Frida's busy cocina, the wooden bowls as they were set down upon her yellow and blue tile countertop, the sharp sounds of chopping the ingredients, the soft shoosh-shoosh-shoosh as the hand-carved wooden spoon scraped back and forth across the rounded bottom of her bowls mixing the famous black mole from Oaxaca.

    The five senses of Frida


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