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  • Ye can't get me excited over th 'throbbin' debate on th 'location iv th' Orynocoo

    Mr. Dooley's Philosophy

  • And my breasts as 'ard as stones, an' throbbin '! ...

    The Dop Doctor

  • But I think I feel it throbbin ', yes, I'll go back there tonight

    Dinah Washington – Long John Blues

  • There'll be no more sobbin 'when he starts throbbin' his own, sweet song;

    When the Red, Red Robin

  • Each morning during the fifteen bitter weeks, about half an hour before dawn, atop the pyramid that commanded the city, a slack-headed drum began throbbin& sending its echoes throughout the city and across our encampment, which crowded the walls.

    Mexico

  • He dipped his knees slightly until he could nestle hard and throbbin in the cradle of her femlnlnl against her in measured circles, moving a grinding motion that spread a flushing from there into her chest.

    Breakfast In Bed

  • Even then she demands to know what that throbbin 'noise is that she hears.

    Torchy As A Pa

  • DARLIN ': I was sayin' Now I lay me -- throbbin 'with excitement.

    Wappin' Wharf A Frightful Comedy of Pirates

  • The first pond I had come out of seemed to be covered up, and the great, tower in ', throbbin' precipice of sea-water was a-closin 'around me.

    The Magic Egg and Other Stories

  • But day by day I could see that her eagerness to accomplish what she had sot out to, her awful anxiety about the boy's future, wus a wearin 'on her: the active, keen mind, the throbbin', achin 'heart, was a wearin' out the tender body.

    Sweet Cicely — or Josiah Allen as a Politician

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