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One day one of the kids who poked me came right up to me like he knew me.
Bell's free kick from just inside the opposition half found Lagan unmarked and the striker duly poked home for number four.
I found the shark's eye and I poked it in the eye, and that's when it let go.
Even though the other two birds never saw other birds or Kenward use twigs, they spontaneously picked up sticks and poked at food placed in a slot.
Jennifer Quintana was booked on suspicion of misdemeanor assault Tuesday after police responded to a report that she had pushed and poked two women at the scene of a memorial display for 9-11 victims on a fence at Whittier Boulevard and Macy Street, according to La Habra Police spokeswoman Cindy Knapp.
Mr Foster added: ''He grabbed her by the scruff of the neck, hit her on the head and poked her in the face with his fingers.
A COMEDIAN was kicked out of a bankers' Christmas bash - because he poked fun at them.
The gag goes: "What hangs at a man's thigh and wants to poke the hole that it's often poked before?
An 11-year-old Australian girl was rescued from the jaws of a crocodile by a man who leapt on the reptile's back and poked it in the eye.
Ouch department: North Hollywood's Josiah James, who is drawing interest from a number of Division II schools, is on the mend after getting poked in the eye during a recent game against Murphy.
Only a forceful thrust--which severed the stone's tip as it penetrated the animal's flesh and broke off its base once the point poked through the bone--could have wedged the weapon into that position, the team holds.
A couple of them got ornery and poked holes in the containers.