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pop out (of something)

to jump out of something; to burst out of something. Suddenly, a little mouse popped out of the drawer. I opened the drawer and a mouse popped out.
See also: out, pop

pop out

v.
1. To jump or burst out of something: I wound the jack-in-the-box until the puppet popped out.
2. To appear suddenly from within or behind something: Suddenly, a bear popped out from the bushes.
3. To cause something to be removed or released, especially with a small, quick push: The kids accidentally popped out the bottom pane of the window. The memory chip in my computer was broken, so I popped it out and installed a new one.
4. To leave briefly: He'll be back in a minute—he just popped out to get some coffee.
See also: out, pop
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It netted no hits, two pop outs in foul ground, no sacrifice flies and one run.
Jesse Orosco relieved and walked Mike Darr to load the bases before getting Ryan Klesko to pop out to third.
In a similar situation Friday night, a game the Angels won 2-1, Holtz got Anderson to pop out to second.
But Baltimore reliever Randy Myers got Luis Alicea to pop out before Gary DiSarcina ended the game by hitting into a double play.
But Baltimore closer Randy Myers got Luis Alicea to pop out before Gary DiSarcina ended the game by hitting into a double play.
Spalls, delaminations, potholes, scaling, pop outs, and other defects in the substrate must be repaired and all projections must be leveled prior to the commencement of the installation.
For example, candy-filled plastic pumpkins come to life on paper with simple pop outs inside, or a wizardly owl waves his magic wand and the inside of the card contains text that literally leaps off the page.
It contains pop outs and fold outs when you do not expect them, you have to turn the book around, the page size varies and the layout, style and character change.