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peek

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appear briefly

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look

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to look briefly and quickly

a quick look

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the short weak cry of a young bird

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a secret look

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look furtively

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cause to appear

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make high-pitched sounds

speak in a hesitant and high-pitched tone of voice

appear as though from hiding

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The administrator spotted the Jordanian man standing on the toilet seat in one cubicle and peeping over the partition between the two cubicles at 4.
A 23-year-old Filipina administrator was said to have been using the washroom when she saw the 23-year-old Jordanian computer operator peeping at her countrywoman secretary while she was in the bathroom at the hotel where they work in May.
The oldest Peeping Tom sculpture dates back to 1660 and is displayed in Cathedral Lanes.
He went to the building and learnt from the woman that she saw the defendant peeping at her through the bathroom window as she was taking a shower.
We have a whole phenomenon of upskirting, which is a form of peeping as well," she said.
Last month Peeping Tom was reclassified as a 15, with the BBFC declaring 'There is a complete lack of any blood and injuries'.
They revealed yesterday that anyone wishing to back Peeping Fawn to conquer the French capital next month can get 10-1 - two points better than the best price quoted by their rivals.
At Epsom in June, Peeping Fawn so nearly caused a 20-1 shock in the fillies' Classic, ranging up.
VC Bet: 10-3 Authorized, 9-2 Zambesi Sun, 6 Manduro, Dylan Thomas, 7Soldier Of Fortune, 10 Peeping Fawn, 12 Lawman, 14 Mandesha, 16 Airmail Special, Vodka 25 bar.
PEEPING FAWN is now the 6-4 favourite for today's Darley Irish Oaks as confidence in Epsom heroine Light Shift continues to wane.
PEEPING FAWN can take his revenge on Light Shift in the Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh this afternoon.
Qasem had had the gun nearby and loaded because she had seen a Peeping Tom outside her house previously.
Time was when a Peeping Tom was a creature to be scorned or at least pitied.
THERE is something particularly nasty about Peeping Toms.