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Anyway, having been hardly heard from since buying and co-founding the "Superman'' franchise, Peters had Wolfgang's agog with his unusual appearance.
The album features her version of I Dreamed A Dream from Les Miserables which catapulted her to fame when she performed the song on Britain's Got Talent which left judges agog at her voice.
The younger ones were all agog at what used to be commonplace in dialysis.
Children taking a steam train journey with the Lake District's Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway on September 26 and 27 will be all agog - or perhaps a-Goggins?
It wasn't until the mid-fifties that actual equipment turned up, and when the Universal Gym Company created the first weight-training machine the world stood back agog. Well, not exactly agog, but they pointed at it for a bit whilst whispering to each other in hushed tones.
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Up until now, the Trijicon 4x32 AGOG has only been available to the military and law enforcement market.
In a letter at that time to AGOG fellows, ACOG President Kenneth Noller said that the committee opinion was not part of the college's "Code of Professional Ethics" and is not intended to be used to in determining anyone's fellowship in the group.
She had both men and women agog. Later, her producers noted the lipstick's gyrations had to be set on the lowest level so as not to boot her off the torpedo-like prop.
While the capital markets go agog over the few initial public offerings (IPOs) that shoot off the charts, like Google, the fact is that the IPO market is increasingly selective--and critical of offerings that aren't clear winners.
I read the book from cover to cover, sometimes laughing, sometimes saying "I didn't know that!" and sometimes just agog at the fact that such information is collected in one tome.
Hunchback ogles, walleyed (one agog, the other cataracted, so that the globes resemble one of the creature's teeth, which are about the size of the buttons on his collar).
One tramp watched agog as the police removed can after can of booze from United fans at the turnstiles and threw them into a skip.
"That's because 'Merkin, as we call our version of the language, has a rule (really a convention or style, not a hard-and-fast stricture laid down by some authority) that holds, 'Don't use a hyphen after an adverb ending in ly' Now, not all adverbs end in ly--fast, twice, agog and very are all ly-free adverbs--but most of them, like the sexy scantily, do.