However, the girls were surprised when Corden did not flinch
, and even smiled at them.
If you do indeed have a flinch
when you drop the hammer on an empty chamber, you'll find out.
In Fannie Never Flinched
, Mary Cronk Farrell charts her heroine's transformation from sweatshop worker to union president and martyred protester.
Fixing a blinking habit is just like fixing a flinch
. Both are subconscious habits.
Electrodes underneath the eye picked up people's flinches
, a gauge of fear responses.
And if you spent a week or so convincing yourself of the possibility that Flinch
might--just might--talk himself into endorsing Pride The Mountain.
The Government will not flinch
from the "hard choices on public spending" needed to bring Britain's national deficit back down after the country emerges from recession.
To my surprise, they did not flinch
. The youngest, in a carriage, wasn't interested.
The ultrasonic tones it emitted, undetectable to the human ear, often caused dogs to flinch
He says there are two questions that tend to make managers flinch
when he is asked to consult with an organization on employee motivation and customer satisfaction.
We ought to flinch
. And realistic violence should wreak havoc in the lives of those it touches.
But don't flinch
at the price, because in this exalted range you can expect to get what you pay for.
On Tuesday, September 21, the Federal Open Market Committee raised short-term interest rates yet again from 1.5% to 1.75%, an increase that hasn't made the real estate market even flinch
No wonder Tiger doesn't usually flinch
over tricky left-to-right downhill putts - the poor lad is used to being being stoned in the face by Chad Campbell.
If you are already committed to a rifle and cartridge that is causing a flinch
, switching to one of today's new recoil pads will certainly help.