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This would have laid out a white man on his back for a month: and yet there was that chap elbowing here and there in the crowd and talking to the others as if nothing had been the matter.
She tore along the narrow pavement: elbowing the passengers from side to side; and darting almost under the horses' heads, crossed crowded streets, where clusters of persons were eagerly watching their opportunity to do the like.
Pickwick, and making his way through the crowd by the infallible process of elbowing the countenances of its component members.
It is of the highest importance, therefore, not to have useless facts elbowing out the useful ones.
Craig Baker, 23, is accused of deliberately elbowing Peter Booth in the face, breaking his nose and badly bruising him.
PATRICK VIEIRA could suffer from an FA crackdown on elbowing.