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plonked

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For after the match Dill plonked himself in front of me and said how much he hated it when I used to refer to him as Sunderland-bom Blooming heck, that was nearly 20 years ago.
Having had reasonable catches, along with a few decent bream in the past, the 32-year-old Allerton builder made an early start and plonked himself on the towpath opposite the marina.
ready for the day ahead and have plonked the kids in front of the TV while they consume whichever sugar-loaded cereal they've been pestered into buying that week.
This large male swan (right) plonked himself down in busy Jordan Well last month and simply refused to budge - for about 90 minutes - as cars swerved to avoid him.
Chicken Little'' picks up one year after the town of Oakey Oaks was thrown into a panic after young Little got plonked by an acorn and sounded the alarm bell on the apocalypse.
It doesn't say much about cities or water or technology or material either: it is just plonked there next to a general-purpose exhibition hall at the end of a dusty road.
The same number (46%) of Irish singles fear being plonked on the "leftovers" table with only grannies, perennially single aunties and kids for company.
Should have plonked him in front of Monday Monday - he would have nodded off quicker than a valium addict in a king-sized bed.
Sara Ross, who runs a rescue centre in Tenterden, Kent, said: "One day Wol plonked down on Beryl's back in front of the TV.
LIKE a green and orange island plonked on top of the planet, the world of the Wickerman Festival surprises many with its weekend of music and fun.
A hat that matched her hair colour exactly (it would have looked great on a brunette) and looked like she'd plonked a bird's nest on top of her head.
If a housing estate is plonked on top of the reservoir, all that will change.