bump around

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shock physically


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It's the norm for elected officials to bump around town in one of those supersized vehicles, even while they are imploring regular people to conserve and recycle and take public transportation.
To make the hairs stand up, the little muscles at the base of each hair contract, which causes a bump around the hair.
But he got a bump around a furlong out and couldn't peg back Burley Flame, despite keeping on well in the closing stages, eventually going down by half a length.
The bump around my eye was just absolute murder, the most pain I've ever been in, the first time I went down it was just pure pain when he caught it, it wasn't a knockdown.
He escapes, of course, and for a while everyone is scared that he might come back to get them all, but when the sun sets on this weird planet they find they have a much more pressing concern - an alien lifeform that only comes out at night, and can see them perfectly clearly while they bump around like pensioners during a power cut.
Marguerite and the female chorus bump around in big gowns that make them look like ambulatory wedding cakes with melted frosting, while the new fop outfits in the "Creation of Man" number are literally incredible.
Patterned pieces are also very popular with women who perhaps don't want to parade their bump around.
It's not too much of a stretch to say there would be an upward bump around Memorial Day, which is when the driving season starts.
I don't know if I believe the old wives' tale, but I'm carrying the bump around the sides as well as at the front - if that means anything.
I've got a few little bumps and bruises, but what I like is the fact that when I get a bump around the injury I think it's a bit sore.