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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of vogue.


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  • Ryan Boyle stood atop a table and vogued like he was at a shoot for The Face circa 1988 the only thing his oversized sweater was missing was the Mossimo logo, while producer Rafael Fauria and vocalist Honey Owens played and triggered a surprisingly meaty clutch of tracks that sounded like the late 80s, as well.

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  • Natalya pinched her own cheeks, then vogued in the mirror for a few poses.

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  • He made free throws and vogued after each one, holding his extended right arm in the air as he swished one after another 12-for-14 in all. - Shaq dominant again as Lakers go up 2-0

  • Only one dead, an old lady in a chapel on the north side of the chancel, whom I rather mistrusted, was there with me: and there I lay listening: for, after all, I could not sleep a wink, while outside vogued the immense tempest.

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  • Honoree Hershey Grace strolled in with her rescue kitty, Snickers, who vogued amid the plants and display props. Chronicle

  • Diminutive dancers wore boombox costumes and vogued at the lip of the stage.

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  • Clad in heavy makeup and skimpy hot pants, the aspiring model recently vogued for the cameras as the face of Marc Clark's new T-shirt line.

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  • James Cohan partook in the fete, along with several Italian dealers and gossip columnist Roberto D'Agostino, who vogued around with Galleria Borghese director

  • Jessica Szhor and Brad Goreski vogued-it up at Lanvin, and a whole lot of karaoke made


  • Our father had disappeared into the mall, so as we waited by the car we vogued for my camera.



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