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honked

and honkers
mod. alcohol intoxicated. Willy was too honked to stand up. Man, is he honkers!
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As he grabbed her under her clothing, she pushed him away and honked her vehicle's horn and Harrell let go, she testified.
Carrying signs that read, ``Teachers and Kids are the Missing Priority,'' and shouting through megaphones and playing drums, the teachers walked in a loop in front of the school, as passers-by in cars and trucks honked in support.
Gonzales honked her horn when she saw the Ford and tried to brake, but the cars collided, deputies said.
Though their numbers were small, they seemed to have a lot of support, judging by the numbers of motorists - including two fire engines - who honked their horns as they passed by the rally.
Across the street, horns honked at 30-year-old Jamal Harris, who was selling Laker car flags at $20 a pop.
Trapped between cars, Braddock honked her horn frantically and tried to move the car back and forth before the train hit it, witnesses said immediately after the crash.
PALMDALE - A woman in a red sport utility vehicle, trapped between cars along Metrolink tracks, honked her horn frantically before she was hit by a train and killed Saturday afternoon, witnesses said.
Waving large and small American flags and signs that read ``Respect the country and the troops,'' supporters cheered as motorists honked.
PALMDALE - Truckers and motorists honked as they passed SBC workers picketing Monday beside Palmdale Boulevard.
Stowers is on probation for a notorious November 2003 beating on Cedar Avenue in which gang members beat a Lancaster man who honked his horn at them while picking up his children from Lancaster Christian School.