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He stares crazily at his computer screens and winds up Tamzin and Co with his cryptic comments about what is happening.
I never expected to hear from Zack but crazily he decided to cast me.
We are, more often than not, looking for a horse to finish third while the rest of the punting population searches crazily for winners.
Rockin' Bulstrode tug-style ride, back and forth spinning crazily
Watching this visualisation of the story, with a naturalistic two-storey set in which Gregor's bedroom has been crazily turned upside-down, is not uninteresting.
The conversation, cheerily vulgar and bouncing crazily across matters trivial and substantial, suggests that these two ladies have been sitting on this beat-up couch having this kind of interaction for years.
A PILOT whose light plane was stuffed with drugs crashed and died after veering crazily off course.
Rather crazily, it took our mind all the way back to the last line of a best-selling novel of 1930, Little Caesar.
O'Neill's video The Blue Danube, 2001, footage shot from the window of a car waltzing crazily around an enormous French parking lot to Strauss's familiar melody, was as soothing as his Forest Fresh, 2001, was abrasive.
The tension mounted until she opened her mouth wide and reached her arms out, her hands fluttering crazily.
Urban sprawl hops crazily through the pristine countryside tearing up vineyards and olive groves See it and weep.
Meriwether, pathologically self-effacing, emerges not unsympathetically in Lowenstein's portrait, except of course that he was crazily unsuited to running a financial firm.
WARWICKSHIRE'S cricketers have endured a crazily injury-plagued season with fractures, ruptures, pains and strains galore.
Apart from splashing me and @gurdipsidhu crazily in the pool.