Bump into sentence example

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  • You live here; you just might bump into someone you know.

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  • Upon their return to Larkhall, the Julies are surprised when they bump into their old employer, wealthy brothel madame, Virginia OâKane.

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  • Special markets are held each Bank Holiday when you might bump into morris dancers, strolling minstrels, jugglers and story tellers.

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  • On a recent visit, I was pleased to bump into the parish priest, Father John Burrows.

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  • In actual fact I don't think that anyone will bump into us in the hi-vis vests!

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  • They may not bump into them very often in what we call "everyday life" but do know them well enough to friend them.

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  • In actual fact I do n't think that anyone will bump into us in the hi-vis vests !

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  • McCollough apologized to Brooke and as parties go, people are bound to bump into one another.

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  • You're less likely to bump into someone wearing the same shirt you have on.

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  • When they bump into each other, they swim in a circle and make sounds like plucking a harp's strings.

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  • What I do is keep updating it, fill in any new and hot wineries, make corrections, and locate missing wineries as I bump into them.

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  • East, West, North, South; start from wherever you are in the Golden State, head in any direction, and you will eventually bump into wine country.

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  • Your favorite ornaments should be displayed where pets and children cannot bump into them and winds cannot dislodge them.

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  • This can be annoying if you bump into someone at a party, but it's downright dangerous if your child is trick-or-treating from house to house.

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  • Maybe you can set up a small meeting in your office, or, maybe you could accidentally on purpose bump into them in the parking lot.

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  • These devices should be installed on coffee and end tables so that youngsters don't bump into the sharp edges while they are walking (or running) through your home.

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  • Drive slowly backward, being careful not to let the front of your car hit the back of the first car or bump into the car in back of you.

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  • Don't bump into others - Unless you're taking some kind of martial arts class, it is generally considered rude to make physical contact with others.

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  • Exercise space - You will need ample room around you where you won't bump into anything, or, if you're in a gym, interfere with another's workout.

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  • You never know you might even bump into a grand dame during the day.

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  • They do not use sight or smell - just move up the plant hoping to bump into a tasty morsel.

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  • Wednesday May 3 I bump into Apu Bagchi, the once staunch Labor, now Independent candidate for Castle.

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  • Maybe I'll bump into the Psychic Tipster and cash in.

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  • We also failed to bump into Iberian Green Woodpecker anywhere, but I had no specific gen.

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